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Author ncoghlan
Recipients Darren.Dale, benjamin.peterson, daniel.urban, dsdale24, eric.araujo, eric.snow, michael.foord, ncoghlan, stutzbach
Date 2011-06-12.12:02:41
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In that paragraph, I was only talking about cases where "foo = 1" *isn't* a valid override (which, I hope you'll agree, it typically won't be).

Your described approach of declaring an abstract property and then overriding it with an ordinary class attribute is part of the answer I gave Eric in pointing out why a separate concept of an abstract attribute isn't really necessary.
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