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Most other languages make it easy to call the “super” function when you override method – to call the original method that you are overriding. JavaScript, unfortunately, doesn’t have a “super” or “base” or anything like that at this point.There are ways around this, though, all of which involve getting a reference to the prototype of your type, and calling the method directly.

Posted by mswatcher  |   Aug 06 2013 / 09:54

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