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Bug in 2.161:derive class call wrong base method

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there are 4 classes,When C3 calls "Fun()",I think it should call C2::Fun,but it prints "C1:Fun" in this case; When I comment the "void dumy(){}" line,it prints "C2::Fun",So I think maybe its a bug. class C0 { void dumy(){}//comment this line to make the "Fun()" call right }; class C1:C0 { void Fun() { print("C1:Fun"); } }; class C2:C1 { void Fun() { print("C2:Fun"); } }; class C3:C2 { void call(){Fun();} }; C3 c3();c3.call();

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