Ctrl+H A string
Displays a Symbol Browser tool which lists symbols with symbol names matching string. The symbol name at the current point is offered as a default value for string .
By default string is matched against symbol names as a regular expression. A prefix argument causes a plain substring match to be used instead.
See Regular expression syntax for a description of regular expression matching. See the LispWorks IDE User Guide for a description of the Symbol Browser tool.
Key sequence: None
Displays a description (that is, value, property list, package, and so on) of symbol in a Help window. The symbol under the current point is offered as a default value for string . A prefix argument automatically causes this default value to be used.
Prompts for a symbol, which defaults to the symbol at the current point, and displays the HTML documentation for that symbol if it is found in the HTML manuals index pages.
On X11/Motif the prefix argument controls whether a new browser window is created. If the option Reuse existing browser window is selected in the browser preferences, then the prefix argument causes the command to create a new browser window. If Reuse existing browser window is deselected, then the prefix argument causes the command to reuse an existing browser window.
Displays a Help window containing any documentation for the Lisp symbol name that is present in the Lisp image. This includes function lambda lists, and documentation strings accessible with
cl:documentation, if any such documentation exists.
Show Documentation for Dspec
Key sequence: None
Displays any documentation in the Lisp image for the dspec dspec, as described for Show Documentation.
dspec is a symbol or list naming a definition, as described in the LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual .
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