I'm well aware of how to call an overridden ancestor's method in the descendent class' implementation: Simply use the "inherited" keyword which will send the same parameters in the same order to the inherited ancestor method.
However, I have a situation where it would be best for a descendent class NOT to call the inherited method of its IMMEDIATE ancestor, but the method that was defined TWO classes ago! How do I do this?
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