11 The Inspector
11.1 Examining objects The Main area is the most interesting part of the inspector. Each item in this list describes a component of the inspected object by displaying its name (the first field in each entry) and its printed representation (the second field). For example, the inspection of a CLOS object yields a list of its slots and their values. The description is called an inspection.
- 1. Type the following Common Lisp form into a listener:
(make-instance 'capi:display-pane :text "My Display Pane")
The object you created is inspected in the inspector.
- 2. Choose Values > Inspect in the listener.
Figure 11.2 Examining an item in the inspector
- 11.1.1 - Using different display options
- 11.1.2 - Filtering the display
Common LispWorks User Guide, Liquid Common Lisp Version 5.0 - 18 OCT 1996
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