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Basic structuring mechanism: Construct a new object using an existing object as a delegate.

Intuition: New object is exactly like old except for things that are overridden.

Mechanism: Any data references or function references go through original value, if not overridden they are passed on the original delegate..

Intro OOP, Chapter 20, Slide 11