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Standard Generic Function NO-NEXT-METHOD


no-next-method generic-function method &rest args => result*

Method Signatures:

no-next-method (generic-function standard-generic-function) (method standard-method) &rest args

Arguments and Values:

generic-function -- generic function to which method belongs.

method -- method that contained the call to call-next-method for which there is no next method.

args -- arguments to call-next-method.

result---an object.


The generic function no-next-method is called by call-next-method when there is no next method.

The generic function no-next-method is not intended to be called by programmers. Programmers may write methods for it.

Examples: None.

Affected By: None.

Exceptional Situations:

The system-supplied method on no-next-method signals an error of type error.

See Also:


Notes: None.

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