The default package containing each symbol is the
CAPI package, unless stated otherwise in the "Package" section of an entry.
Entries with a long "Description" section usually have as their first field a short "Summary" providing a quick overview of the purpose of the CAPI symbol being described.
The "Syntax" section provides details of the arguments taken by the CAPI functions and macros. Variable arguments for the command are printed like this.
Only immediate sub- and superclasses are detailed in the "Subclasses" and "Superclasses" sections of each CAPI class entry.
Examples of the use of CAPI commands are given under the "Examples" heading. If the example is included in the LispWorks examples files this is indicated in the "Example File" section.
Finally, the "See Also" section provides a reference to other related CAPI symbols.
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