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superclass

superclass

In object technology, a high-level class that passes attributes and methods (data and processing) down the hierarchy to subclasses, the classes below it. Abstract superclasses are used as master structures and no objects are created for it. Concrete superclasses are used to create objects.
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The Government of Mexico City Distrito Federal was so impressed by the "positive result of the people who attended" in 2014, that they have now instituted weekly yoga classes, every Sunday at the same location which are growing each month in preparation for the next Naam Yoga Superclass in November.
Next we calculate the value of a supercharacter on a superclass.
The author's portrayal of business and financial elites offers a concrete notion of superclass power in less-than-obvious ways.
Not surprisingly, his position comes out in support of this superclass group, as perceived through the lenses of finance and power, lenses that too frequently call on the guru of globalization, Thomas Friedman, for support of his views.
To deal inheritance using automatic tools, BON adds in the subclass methods --using disjunctions--the precondition defined in the superclass.
Succession CS 2000 is a superclass softswitch that can position service providers to economically serve business, residential and transit markets with a comprehensive set of services designed to address opportunities for generating new revenues.
Some more jargon -- a subclass is said to be a specialization of its superclass, and the conversely a superclass a generalization of its subclasses.
Wenger said: "It was superclass by Dennis and whether I ask him to start a match or come on as a substitute it doesn't change my opinion that he's a world-class player - just one we are lucky to have.
Still, Golan should take another step towards the superclass league with a victory in the Classic.
This property is called inheritance; that is, attributes are inherited by a Subclass from its superclass.
As for education, "What the existing economy needs is a fairly small number of first-rate technical talents, combined with a superclass of managers and financiers, on top of a vast substructure of nominally literate and politically apathetic working people.