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I have a parent class (a form) from which I derive several child forms. One of the methods of my parent class is overridden in some of the child classes. However, I'd like to still be able to execute the overridable method from the child class. Is this possible?

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Thanks! I suppose that did answer the question... But now I'll add (for a bonus 5 points): can you show me how?


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