Sijo Kg wrote:
Â Â Â Â I got result as
in First class#Second:0xb7f61820
in second class#Second:0xb7f61820
Â Â Â Â Â So is #Second:0xb7f61820 always means from where I call the
def? I did not understand it
self is the current object (in this case the object just constructed by
The output of inspect does not change depending on where inspect is
from, nor does the value of self change when you call super.
In other words: if you call self.inspect and self is an object of class
Second, you’ll call Second#inspect which, unless overridden, will return
“#Second:bla”, and if you call Second.new, self will indeed be an
of class Second.