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Is super() used to call the parent constructor? Please explain super().

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super() calls the parent constructor with no arguments.

It can be practiced also with arguments. I.e. super(argument1) and it will call the constructor that accepts 1 parameter of the model of argument1 (if exists).

Also, it can be applied to call methods from the sire. I.e. super.aMethod()

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