CAPI User Guide, Liquid Common Lisp Version 5.0
A CAPI application consists of a hierarchy of CAPI objects, in much the same way as an application written using the LispWorks Toolkit consists of Toolkit objects. CAPI objects are created using
make-instance, and although they are standard CLOS objects, CAPI features should generally be accessed in the ways described in this manual, and not using the CLOS
slot-valuefunction. You should not rely on
slot-value because the implementation of the CAPI classes may evolve.
Once an instance of a CAPI object has been created in an interface, it can be displayed on your screen using the function
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