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Chapter 8. Nesting Circuits > Nesting and Inheritance

Nesting and Inheritance

There is a subtle difference between nesting Fusebox circuits and the inheritance that occurs among nested circuits. Although it appears that the processing of each circuit is nested within the processing of the circuit above it, that’s not entirely true.

Nested circuits don’t inherit the behavior of their ancestors in linear fashion. Returning to the elevator illustration, we can say that settings and layouts are inherited through all circuits between the main and target circuits, but actual processing is inherited by the target circuit directly from the main circuit.


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