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    C++ equivalent of Java's super.method() ?

    What is the C++ equivalent of accessing superclass methods that are overwritten by a subclass?

    Java code:
    Code:
    public class A {
       public void println() {
          System.out.println("from A");
    }
    
    public class B extends A {
       public void println() {
          super.println();
          System.out.println("from B");
    }
    How is this done in C++?

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    Maybe the following. I don't know a whole lot about inheritance in C++.
    Code:
    A::println()

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    A quick example:
    Code:
    class GameRoot {
    ...
    }
    GameRoot is a subclass of SolitaireBase
    Code:
    class SolitaireBase : public GameRoot {
    ...
    }


 

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