15 Example: Using The Interface Builder
15.6 Defining the callbacks This section shows you how to create the callback functions you need to define in order to complete the working example.
- 1. Choose File > New in the editor to create a new file.
- 2. Choose File > Save to save the file. Save it in the same directory you saved
ib-example.lisp, and call this new file
- 3. In the editor, specify the package for the callback definitions by typing the following into the
The functions that you need to define in this file are divided into the following categories:
- 4. Type the function definitions given in the rest of this section.
- 5. Choose File > Save to save the file when you have typed in all the function definitions.
- Callbacks to update the display pane.
- Callbacks to display data in a dialog.
- Callbacks for menu items.
- Other miscellaneous functions.
- 15.6.1 - Callbacks to update the display pane
- 15.6.2 - Callbacks to display data in a dialog
- 15.6.3 - Callbacks for menu items
- 15.6.4 - Other miscellaneous functions
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