9.1 Simple use of the class browser
capi:push-button-panelinto the Class area.
Because some class names may be potentially quite long, you can use tab completion to help save typing. If you press the Tab key when you have partially specified the name of a class in the Class area, the environment attempts to complete what you have typed. If it cannot complete the class name, a dialog appears that lists all the possible alternatives. Double-click on any of these alternatives to place it in the Class area.
The second way to examine other classes is by using the Superclasses and Subclasses areas available in the text view of the class browser.
In the text view, the Filter area and the main area of the slots view (which is the default view you have already seen) are replaced by two lists:
Double-click on any superclass or subclass of the current class to examine it.
CAPI:BUTTON-PANELin the Superclasses area.
capi:button-panelclass is described.
CAPI:PUSH-BUTTON-PANELin the Subclasses area
capi:push-button-panelclass is described again.
So, using the text view, you can easily look through the related classes in a system.
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