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[FREEBIE]Scenery Tech Asia LandClass Repack! Kafir Scene - RUby [GOG]-AnCiENT Xscenery 5.2 Category:Aircraft carpeting Category:Aircraft modification Category:Aircraft modificationsQ: Using toString() with generics and a view I'm sure this is a dumb question but I have 2 classes that are extending another: public class Shape { protected String name; public Shape(String name){ this.name = name; } public String toString(){ return "Shape("+name+")"; } } public class Coord extends Shape { private double x, y; public Coord(String name, double x, double y){ super(name); this.x = x; this.y = y; } public double getX(){ return x; } public double getY(){ return y; } public String toString(){ return super.toString(); } } And they're being used like this: Coord c1 = new Coord("C1", 0, 0); Coord c2 = new Coord("C2", 100, 200); System.out.println(c1); System.out.println(c2); I would like for the output to be: Shape(C1) Shape(C2) But it's giving me this: Shape(C2) Shape(C1) Is there a way to have my Coord classes use the toString() of Shape without explicitly overriding it? A: The solution is simple: just use java.lang.Object.toString() instead of Shape.toString(). Like this: public class Shape { protected String name; public Shape(String name){

 

 

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