Java: Calling super.someMethod()
someMethod of the base class. It is often used in an overriding method.
Here's an example:
You can of course call
super.someMethod() anywhere from the subclass. This will "bypass" any overridden version of the method.
You can not reach in to the base class of the base class by doing
Not to be confused with
super(), see Calling super(), or
SomeClass.super.someMethod(), see Calling super method of outer class from inner class