I wonder if there is a way to all types or functions in Base that have been overridden after `using`

a package. I did some careful search, but no useful hits. Thanks for any comments.

If by â€śoverrideâ€ť you mean â€średefine for the same signatureâ€ť, this is considered bad form unless there is a compelling reason to do so.

If you just want the methods defined in a module, then `methodswith`

takes a module argument.

```
julia> using ValidatedNumerics
julia> methodswith(Any, ValidatedNumerics)
5-element Array{Method,1}:
..(a, b) at /home/tamas/.julia/v0.5/ValidatedNumerics/src/intervals/intervals.jl:60
interval_from_midpoint_radius(midpoint, radius) at /home/tamas/.julia/v0.5/ValidatedNumerics/src/intervals/arithmetic.jl:371
isempty(itr) at iterator.jl:3
setindex(a::FixedSizeArrays.FixedArray, value, index::Int64...) at /home/tamas/.julia/v0.5/FixedSizeArrays/src/indexing.jl:8
Â±(a, b) at /home/tamas/.julia/v0.5/ValidatedNumerics/src/intervals/intervals.jl:66
```

Thanks. Youâ€™re right. I shouldnâ€™t have used the word â€śoverrideâ€ť. I meant the new methods added to a Base function. `methods()`

or `methodswith()`

are both of great use. But I wonder if there is a way to *list* all new methods added to functions in Base by a package. Maybe there isnâ€™t such a command.

It is possible that I do not understand your requirement, but `methodswith(Any, module)`

will list **all** methods defined by that module.

You can filter the result by checking which of those is defined in `Base`

, eg with `isdefined`

:

```
function all_redefinitions(_module, _in_module=Base)
m = methodswith(Any, _module)
filter(m->isdefined(_in_module, m.name), m)
end
```

No. You understood correctly. I confused myself. I thought with `Any`

being the first argument, the methods defined by Base are also returned. I totally forgot the optional second argument. Thanks a lot!