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7.6.7 Inheritance of Methods

A subclass inherits methods in the sense that any method applicable to all instances of a class is also applicable to all instances of any subclass of that class.

The inheritance of methods acts the same way regardless of which of the method-defining operators created the methods.

The inheritance of methods is described in detail in Section 7.6.6 (Method Selection and Combination).

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