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calling superclass __init__ when superclass is object

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Hi list,

I was reading this article: http://fuhm.net/super-harmful/ and didn't
understand the comment about calling super(Foo, self).__init__() when
Foo inherits only from object. Can someone on the list elaborate more
on why one should do this?

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Evan Klitzke <ev**@yelp.com>
Aug 2 '07 #1
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