2 A Short Tutorial
2.7 Summary In this introductory tutorial you have seen how to perform the following actions:
- Start the windowing environment.
- Evaluate and re-evaluate Common Lisp forms using the listener.
- Invoke the debugger, follow the backtrace that it produces, and return from the error which caused entry to the debugger.
- Collect and display data generated by your own code in the output browser.
- Use the inspector to examine the current state of an object.
- Use the class browser to find out detailed information about a given class, so that you can make arbitrary programmatic changes to instances of that class.
Common LispWorks User Guide, Liquid Common Lisp Version 5.0 - 18 OCT 1996
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