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Graphical Interface Tools

One of the characteristic features of the Macintosh user interface is the use of menus and dialogs for interacting with the computer. XLISP-STAT allows you to construct your own menus and dialogs using Lisp commands. This appendix gives a very brief introduction to constructing menus and dialogs; further details will be given in [17]. A few of the explanations and examples in this appendix use Lisp concepts that have not been covered in this tutorial.

Luke Tierney
Tue Jan 21 15:04:48 CST 1997