Re: Qua(ck)

In some of my documentation I have found this wording to

Hey, there’s actually some truth to that. The quaclass can be
used to make an object quack like another class. :slight_smile:

T.

And thus, sine quaclass we could not make an object quack like another
class.

Thanks, I’ll be here all week.

  • Dan

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