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superclass

 [soo´per-klas]
a taxonomic category sometimes established, subordinate to a phylum and superior to a class.

superclass

/su·per·class/ (soo´per-klas″) a taxonomic category between a phylum and a class.

superclass

(so͞o′pər-klăs′)
n.
A taxonomic category of related organisms ranking below a phylum or its subdivisions and above a class.

superclass

(soo′pĕr-klăs)
In taxonomy, a category between a phylum and a class.
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The characters [chi]X are referred to as supercharacters and the sets K [member of] K are called superclasses.
3 The superclasses of U are exactly the sets of the form U [intersection] [K.
This way, inheritance is resolved by extending the content of the subclass to include the attributes defined in the superclasses.
Subclasses are not included in the attributes of the class because they could be inspired by considering the superclasses list of subclasses.
superclasses, for more flexible object models and database
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We will refer to the parts of K as superclasses, and for some fixed choice of scalars [c.
The application has a reasonably rich class hierarchy including superclasses, inner classes, static and private variables, class variables and constructors.