Inherited Call Expressions
inherited can be used before an identifier to point to the base class of an instance, often used to access a member that this class also has. When used before a call the target method will be called as if it were non-virtual even if defined as virtual.
type BaseClass = class public method Test; virtual; end; SubClass = class(BaseClass) public method Test; override; end; method BaseClass.Test; begin Console.WriteLine('In BaseClass!'); end; method SubClass.Test; begin Console.WriteLine('In SubClass!'); inherited Test; // calls BaseClass.Test. end; .. var x: BaseClass; x := new SubClass; x.Test; // Calls SubClass.Test.