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Keene S.E. — Object-Oriented Programming in Common Lisp
Keene S.E. — Object-Oriented Programming in Common Lisp

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Название: Object-Oriented Programming in Common Lisp

Автор: Keene S.E.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Computer science/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1989

Количество страниц: 266

Добавлена в каталог: 03.03.2006

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Предметный указатель
&key and initialize-instance      159
*Current-process*      34
:accessor slot option      22 128
:allocation slot option      67 128
:default-initargs class option      158 161
:documentation class option      21
:documentation slot option      128
:initarg slot option      21 24 128 157
:initform slot option      22 24 129 157
:reader slot option      21 128
:type slot option      47 129
:writer slot option      22 128
Accessor generic functions      22 223
Accessor generic functions vs. slot-value      72
Accessor generic functions, automatically generated methods for      22 70
Accessor generic functions, defining primary methods for      71
Accessor generic functions, examples of calling      26
Accessor generic functions, examples of specializing      71
Add-method      255
After-methods      11 223
After-methods, examples of defining      40 149 159 162
After-methods, order of execution      50
Aggregate classes      46 205 223
Aggregate classes, examples of defining      47
Applicability of individual methods      94
Applicability of methods      33
Applicability of multi-methods      77
Argument precedence order      100
Arguments      223
Arguments passed to methods      34
arguments vs. parameters      31
Around-methods      102 224
Around-methods and built-in method combination types      108
Around-methods, examples of defining      103
Auxiliary methods      11 71
Basic classes      20 39 224
Before-methods      11 224
Before-methods, examples of defining      52
Before-methods, order of execution      50
Before-methods, signaling errors in      52
Behavior of instances      see "Methods"
Built-in classes      84 224
Built-in method combination types      107 224
Built-in-class      219
Call-method      254
call-next-method      233
Call-next-method in around-methods      102
Call-next-method in primary methods      105
Change-class      151 234
Check-keyword-arguments      255
Class options      21
Class precedence lists      118 224
Class precedence lists, examples of calculating      119 121 124
Class precedence lists, how CLOS calculates      118
Class precedence lists, purpose of      13
Class-name      134 234
Class-of      235
Classes      5 224
Classes for Common Lisp types      83
Classes used as type specifiers      26
Classes, built-in      84
Classes, examples of redefining      144
Classes, inheritance of      117
Classes, instantiable      205
Classes, names of      134
Classes, objects representing      133
Classes, redefining      140
client programs      1 225
Client programs that use locks      53
CLOS implementation      225
CLOS rules      see "Rules"
Common Lisp and CLOS      14
Constructors      163 225
Constructors, advantages of      24 163
Constructors, examples of defining      24 48 146 150
Core framework      101
Creating instances      24 155
Creating instances, examples of initializing and      157
Customizing inherited behavior      40
Declarations in generic functions      179
Declarative programming techniques      102 111
Decoding for remote evaluation      95
Default methods      20 39 225
Default methods for standard-object      42
Default methods, reasons for overriding system-supplied methods      41
Default methods, system-supplied method for describe      39
Default methods, system-supplied method for print-object      37
Defclass      235
Defclass, examples of calling      20 22
Defgeneric      28 237
Define-method-combination      110 239 254
Defmethod      240
Defstruct      219
describe      241
Describe, examples of specializing      39 40 49 56
Design goals of CLOS      215
Direct subclasses      7 225
Direct superclasses      7 21 225
Documentation      255
Documentation of classes      21
Documentation of generic functions      28
Documenting protocols      219
Documenting, the implementation of CLOS programs      212
Effective method      105 225
Efficiency of generic dispatch      44 112
Elements of CLOS programs      5
Elements of CLOS programs, defining      131
Elements of CLOS programs, examples of redefining      144
Elements of CLOS programs, names and objects      134
Elements of CLOS programs, objects representing      133
Elements of CLOS programs, order of defining      131
Elements of CLOS programs, redefining      139
Encoding for remote evaluation      86
Ensure-generic-function      255
Errors, in print-object methods      38
Errors, invalid initarg name      156
Errors, invalid keyword arguments to a generic function      132
Errors, no applicable method      26 50
Errors, procedural definitions for errors      166
Errors, reading an unbound slot      75
Errors, signaling in before-methods      52
Errors, unrecognized method qualifier      107
Errors, when lambda-lists are not congruent      132
Errors, when standard method combination is used      115
Examples of individual methods (remote evaluation)      95
Examples of methods for Common Lisp types (remote evaluation)      86
Examples of multi-methods (installation)      75
Examples of procedural definitions      167 207
Examples of procedural definitions (initialization)      165
Examples of redefining CLOS elements (triangles)      144
Examples, developing a simple CLOS program (locking)      17
Examples, developing an advanced CLOS program (streams)      171
Extensions to CLOS programs, extending the installation program      82
Extensions to CLOS programs, extending the locking program      45
Extensions to CLOS programs, extending the remote-evaluation program      93
Extensions to CLOS programs, extending the streams program      207
Extensions to CLOS programs, planning for future      63 212
External perspective on CLOS programs      31 60 62 150 177
External perspective on CLOS programs and constructors      163
Find-class      134
Find-method      136 242
functional level      134 221
Functional level, examples of using      136
General rule of method applicability      98
Generic dispatch      9 44 226
Generic dispatch of standard method combination type      113
Generic dispatch, controlling the      101
Generic dispatch, efficiency of      44 112
Generic dispatch, illustration of      12
Generic dispatch, summary of      112
Generic functions      8 226
Generic functions vs. ordinary Lisp functions      8
Generic functions, creating      29
Generic functions, declarations in      179
Generic functions, distributed implementation of      8
Generic functions, names of      135
Generic functions, objects representing      133
Generic functions, parameter patterns of      132
Generic functions, purpose of using defgeneric      28
Generic functions, redefining      143
Generic functions, returned values of      115
Generic functions, syntax of calling      8
Generic-flet      253
Generic-function      135 253
Generic-labels      253
Guidelines on controlling the generic dispatch      111
Guidelines on designing class organizations      125
Guidelines on designing protocols      62
Guidelines on using inheritance of slot options      129
Identity, of instances      6
Identity, of methods      135
Imperative programming techniques      102 111
implementation      226
Individual methods      94 226
Individual methods, applicability of      94
Individual methods, examples of defining      95
Individual methods, precedence of      94
inheritance      13 226
Inheritance from standard-object and t      84 117
Inheritance of :default-initargs class option      161
Inheritance of class options      237
Inheritance of classes      117
Inheritance of methods      98
Inheritance of slots and slot options      127
Inheritance, alternate paradigms of      218
Inheritance, single versus multiple      14
Initargs      155 160 168 226
Initargs, declaring the validity of      160 170
Initargs, defaulting of      156 161
Initialization arguments      see "Initargs"
Initialization methods      see "Initialize-instance"
Initialize-instance      167 242
Initialize-instance and &key      159
Initialize-instance and :allow-other-keys      160
Initialize-instance, default behavior of      156
Initialize-instance, examples of specializing      159
Installation example      75
Instances      5 227
Instances, changing the class of      151
instances, creating      24
Instances, identity of      6
Instances, printed representation of      37
Instances, type of      26
Instantiable classes      205
INTERFACE      27 227
Internal perspective on CLOS programs      31 60 62 150 178
Invalid-method-error      254
Lambda-lists      227
Lambda-lists of generic functions      28
Lambda-lists of methods      32 34
Lambda-lists, congruence of generic functions and methods      132
Local slots      6 66 227
Local slots vs. methods      68
Locks      17
Locks, analyzing the inheritance of      42
Locks, class precedence lists of      43
Locks, classes that represent      19
Locks, controlling the printed representation of      37
Locks, deadlock      45
Locks, processes and      34
Locks, summary of the lock classes      56
Locks, terminology of      17
Macro level      134 221
Make-instance      155 243
Make-instance vs. constructors      163
Make-instance, arguments to      155
Make-instance, examples of calling      24 157
Make-instance, summary of      156
Make-instances-obsolete      255
Make-method      254
Metaclasses      219 221 227
Metaobject level      221
Metaobject protocol      219
Metaobjects      220
Method combination types      105 228
Method combination types, built-in      107
Method combination types, defining new      109
Method combination types, progn      106
Method combination types, standard      106
Method qualifiers      41 113
Method-combination-error      254
Method-qualifiers      254
METHODS      10 227
Methods for Common Lisp types      82 86
Methods, applicabilty of      33
Methods, default methods      20 39
Methods, identity of      135
methods, inheritance of      98
Methods, objects representing      133
Methods, qualifiers of      41 228
Methods, redefining      143
Methods, removing definitions of      136
Methods, returned values of      11 115
Methods, roles of      11 228
mixin classes      46 228
Most-specific-first order      50
Most-specific-last order      50
Multi-methods      75 228
Multi-methods, applicability of      77
Multi-methods, checking arguments with      76
Multi-methods, precedence of      79
multiple inheritance      14 228
Names      134
Names of classes      134
Names of generic functions      135
Names of parameter specializers      136
naming issues      30
Nesting of before- and after-methods      50
Next method      105 115 233 244
Next-method-p      244
No-applicable-method      166 254
No-next-method      166 254
Objects representing CLOS elements      133
Operator method combination types      107 229
Order of before- and after-methods      50
Order of defining CLOS elements      131
Order of methods in standard method combination      113
Order of slots stored in memory      8
Order, most-specific-first      50
Order, most-specific-last      50
Overriding inherited methods      37 42
Packages      61 135
Parameter patterns of generic functions      29 132
Parameter specializers      136 229
Parameter specializers, objects representing      133
Parameter specializers, rule of ranking the precedence of      99
Parameters      229
parameters vs. arguments      31
Parameters, defaulting optional parameters of methods      33 36
Parameters, specialized      32
Portability of CLOS programs      216 222
Precedence      13
Precedence of classes      118
Precedence of individual methods      94
Precedence of multi-methods      79
Precedence, argument precedence order      100
Primary methods      11 229
Primary methods and built-in method combination types      108
Primary methods, call-next-method and      105
Print-object      244
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