A keyword used in instance methods to refer to the object on which they are working.
Super is a keyword or function used to access/invoke members and constructors of a superclass
|X better then||
"I think a.__init__ self x is better then super .__init__ x because it supports multiple inheritance and i didn t find a way to do it with super"
from question "Why use super() instead of __init__()?"
"Also as stated by martijn pieters using super super .__str__ is better than doing it the way i did deck.__str__ self"
from question "Dot notation in Python. Should method come before or after the object?"