In the following code, the inspector on PyCharm Pro 2018.3.2 shows a warning at line 11 that "Call to __init__ of super class is missed".
from abc import ABC, abstractmethod
_b = 'b'
Indeed, the initializer of the Foo class is missed when initalizing an instance of the Bar class, on purpose. Why is this a warning? I'm learning about Python classes and inheritance, and this warning has me very confused. What should be the syntax if one wants to override the parent's initializer?