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Tilde D: Decimal
*eli-daemon-socket-hook*
Error: there is no process named Connect to Emacs daemon
dark-blue
dark-cyan
dark-gray
dark-gray-texture
dark-green
dark-magenta
dark-red
dark-yellow
border-dashing
line-dashing
major-grid-line-dashing
minor-grid-line-dashing
with-line-dashing
line-dashings
regression-line-dashings
mci-dat
Accessing existing data rather than pushing chart values
Adding data to a chart-widget
C API (routines and data structures)
client-lisp-data
Control of data collection
Controlling the operation of data collection
Data Representation
Data Type Qualifiers
Data types
Data types added to standard Common Lisp
Data types and array types
Data Types and Conversions
data-object
data-read-converter
data-reader
data-slot
data-write-converter
data-writer
dom-condition-data
extend-data-to-middle-of-border
get-all-multipart-data
get-extern-data-address
get-row-data
Help on the selected data object
jlinker-error-data
remove-extern-data-address
Special OLE Data Types
The function data type
warn-on-insufficient-data
XML-RPC data api
xml-rpc-error-data
*use-xref-database-only*
Clearing the database
close-database
create-file-database
list-all-database-tables
logical-pathname-translations-database-pathnames
open-file-database
open-network-database
restore-database
save-database
The cross-reference database
What is in and how to access the xref database
*default-database*
When is xref information in a fasl file added to the database?
Representing characters in databases in aodbc
Callback style of datagram socket connections
Connecting datagram sockets
Datagram Socket Connection
Datagram socket connections
Declarative interface of datagram socket connections
Explicit port interface of datagram socket connections
rpc-datagram-port
rpc-datagram-server
socket-datagram-file-active
socket-datagram-internet-active
The Oracle datatypes
*date-time-fmt*
cl:file-write-date
complete-date-time
Conversions between date-time and CL universal-time
date-time
date-time
Date-time (ISO 8601) support in Allegro CL
date-time classes
date-time introduction
date-time operators
date-time variables
date-time-hour
date-time-hourf
date-time-minute
date-time-minutef
date-time-second
date-time-secondf
date-time-to-ut
date-time-yd-day
date-time-year
date-time-ymd-day
date-time-ymd-month
date-time-ymd-yd-before-year-0
date-time-ymd-yd-century
date-time-ymd-yd-year-in-century
date-time-ywd-before-year-0
date-time-ywd-century
date-time-ywd-day
date-time-ywd-decade-in-century
date-time-ywd-week
date-time-ywd-year-in-decade
date-time-zone
date-time-zone-hour
date-time-zone-minute
date-time.htm
decode-date-time
envelope-date
file-access-date
file-write-date
General date to universal time parsers
Getting a date-time value as a string
load-date
merge-date-times
Parsing ISO 8601 date-time representations
request-reply-date
The date-time class
ut-to-date-time
Validating ISO 8601 date-time representations
ISO 8601 dates
type-error-datum, type-error-expected-type
date-time-yd-day
date-time-ymd-day
date-time-ywd-day
locale-day
*daylight-saving-time-observed*
duration-days
db-external-format
db-grid-add-button-on-change
db-grid-create-button-on-change
db-grid-delete-button-on-change
db-grid-remove-button-on-change
db-hstmt
db-non-blocking
db-object-oid
db-statement-db
db-statement-db
db-width
insert-db
set-db-flags
update-db
with-db-rows
*db*
dbm-close
dbm-delete
dbm-fetch
dbm-firstkey
dbm-nextkey
dbm-open
dbm-store
with-dbm-iterator
with-open-dbm
gdb (or dbx or windbg) interface
std-dc-newline-in-handler
*generate-dde-messages*
case-sensitive-dde
close-dde
convert-returned-dde-buffer
convert-returned-dde-string
Correspondence between Windows commands and DDE function names
Creating a port where Lisp is the DDE client
DDE Example
DDE Functionality
DDE Introduction
DDE support in Allegro CL
dde-info
dde-info
dde-message
dde-port
dde.htm
dword-list-from-dde-buffer
invoke-html-browser-using-dde
string-from-dde-buffer
*case-sensitive-dde*
Excuting DML and DDL
*sharp-plus-de-facto-standard-compatible*
I compiled with debug=3 but I want to see dead locals anyway
Live and dead ranges of local variables
Dealing with an unexpected error in an application
System calls and library routines dealing with time
*debug-io*, *error-output*, *query-io*, *standard-input*, *standard-output*, *trace-output*
*load-source-debug-info*
Debug Window
Debug Window after Error
debug-break-level
debug-continue
debug-font
debug-history-limit
debug-off
debug-on
debug-pop
debug-reset
format-debug
I compiled with debug=3 but I want to see dead locals anyway
Problem with debug=1 and debug=2 behavior before a local has a value
Problem with debug=1 and debug=2 behavior before a local has a value
save-source-level-debug-info-switch
The behavior with debug=2
The behavior with debug=3 (and speed 3a section 6.13 in the manual debugging.htmdebugging.htm
The behavior with debug=3 and speed=3
The debug=1 behavior with locals
The Lisp DeBug (ldb) stepper
Why only have good behavior of locals at debug=3?
*jlinker-debug*
*soap-client-debug*
*soap-server-debug*
do-default-debugable-restart
*debugger-hook*
debugger-api.htm
Getting out of the debugger
How does the debugger know about ghost frames?
invoke-debugger
Local variables and the debugger
The debugger in Allegro Composer
The Debugger menu on a Debugger window menu bar
The Debugger menu on a Debugger window menu bar
The Window menu on a Debugger window menu bar
When will the debugger display ghost frames?
Debugging
Debugging an image build problem or failure
Debugging background processes
Debugging Common Lisp processes in Emacs
Debugging Multiple Processes in the IDE
debugging.htm
The behavior with debug=3 (and speed 3a section 6.13 in the manual debugging.htmdebugging.htm
When things go wrong - debugging SOAP interfaces
Writing and Debugging Common Lisp Programs
date-time-ywd-decade-in-century
date-time-ywd-year-in-decade
decf-atomic
incf, decf
Deciding on necessary features
Deciding on top-level (user interaction)
Deciding what to provide help on
locale-decimal-point
locale-mon-decimal-point
Tilde D: Decimal
vk-decimal
declaim
declaration
Declaration Identifiers
Declaration Scope
Declaration Specifiers
declaration-information
define-declaration
Examples using the :explain declaration
Help with declarations: the :explain declaration
ineffective-declaration-warning
Minimal Declaration Processing Requirements
The excl:trusted-type declaration
xmp-namespace-declaration
Declarations
Declarations and optimizations
generic-function-declarations
Help with declarations: the :explain declaration
Inline declarations ignored
Other declarations and optimizations
trust-declarations-switch
trust-dynamic-extent-declarations-switch
verify-type-declarations-switch
Verifying declarations
Warnings are signaled for misspelling in type declarations
Declarative interface of datagram socket connections
Declarative interface of shared memory connections
Declarative interface of stream sockets
declare
Declared fixnums example
declared-fixnums-remain-fixnums-switch
base64-decode-stream
decode-date-time
decode-float, scale-float, float-radix, float-sign, float-digits, float-precision, integer-decode-float
decode-float, scale-float, float-radix, float-sign, float-digits, float-precision, integer-decode-float
decode-universal-time
decode-wsdl-at-uri
decode-wsdl-file
decode-wsdl-namespaces
decode-wsdl-source
decode-wsdl-string
Decoded Time
get-universal-time, get-decoded-time
Generated Constructors, Decoders, and Encoders
Parsing, escape decoding/encoding and the path
Support for gzip compression and decompression
Support for gzip decompression
blowfish-decrypt
rsa-decrypt
Deducing the namespaces used in a WSDL file
def-c-type
def-c-typedef
def-cg-ocx-control
def-char-to-octets-macro
def-ef-switch-to-runtime
def-external-format
def-foreign-call
def-foreign-call
def-foreign-call examples
def-foreign-call syntax
def-foreign-call: the :returning keyword argument
def-foreign-type
def-foreign-variable
def-foreign-variable
def-foreign-variable examples
def-foreign-variable syntax
def-function-spec-handler
def-fwrapper
def-japi-classes
def-java-class
def-java-class
def-java-constructor
def-java-macro
def-java-method
def-java-method
def-java-static
def-java-to-lisp-wrapper
def-locale
def-octets-to-char-macro
def-ole-linkage
def-remote-function
def-remote-method
def-stream-class
strings-convert-def-warning
The Def-fwrapper/fwrap Facility
defadvice
*cl-default-special-bindings*
*default-ami-name*
*default-aserve-external-format*
*default-cg-bindings*
*default-cg-message-timeout*
*default-database*
*default-external-format*
*default-file-type*
*default-header-justification*
*default-header-width*
*default-instance-type*
*default-inverted-texture-info*
*default-lisp-listener-bindings*
*default-message-interrupt-function*
*default-module-class*
*default-module-group-class*
*default-odbc-external-format*
*default-password*
*default-pathname-defaults*
*default-printer-bottom-margin*
*default-printer-left-margin*
*default-printer-right-margin*
*default-printer-top-margin*
*default-process-quantum*
*default-region*
*default-ssh-identity-file*
*default-ssh-user*
*default-system-class*
*default-texture-info*
*default-user*
*fasl-default-type*
*jlinker-default-connection-pool*
*read-default-float-format*
attribute-default
choose-default-printer
class-default-initargs
class-direct-default-initargs
compute-default-initargs
context-sensitive-default-path
default-256-color-palette-vector
default-application-window-subkey
default-background-color
default-button
default-button
default-cell-3d-border
default-cell-border-color
default-cell-border-width
default-clipboard-format
default-closed-pixmap
default-column-width
default-command-line-arguments
default-error-handler-for-delivery
default-file-type
default-foreground-color
default-gray-palette-vector
default-gray-pixmap-color-vector
default-header-justification
default-header-width
default-height
default-height-factor
default-http-proxy
default-init-function
default-inverted-texture-info
default-leaf-pixmap
default-menu-on-click
default-module
default-module-class
default-module-group
default-opened-pixmap
default-package
default-page-height
default-page-width
default-palette-vector
default-pane-class
default-pathname
default-pixmap-color-vector
default-section-border-color
default-section-border-width
default-system
default-tab-height
default-tab-width
default-texture-info
default-top-left
default-width
default-width-factor
do-default-debugable-restart
do-default-restart
double-click-as-default-button
Package locked by default
parser-default-package
property-default-value
property-default-value-p
set-default-button
set-default-command-line-arguments
setq-default
The packages locked by default
use-default-tooltips
Using the default minimal top-level
*fasl-circle-default*
Defaulting of Initialization Arguments
Argument defaults
Arguments to build-lisp-image 1: defaults inherited from the running image
Arguments to build-lisp-image 2: defaults not inherited from the running image
Arguments to build-lisp-image 3: defaults taken from environment variables
reset-profiler-display-defaults
*default-pathname-defaults*
defclass
defcomponent
defconstant
defcstruct
defdefiner
defforeign
defforeign-list
defgeneric
define-compiler-macro
define-condition
define-declaration
define-method-combination
Define-method-combination Arguments Lambda Lists
define-modify-macro
Define-modify-macro Lambda Lists
define-namespace
define-namespace-map
define-project
define-project
define-property
define-remote-class
define-rpc-client
define-rpc-server
define-setf-expander
define-soap-element
define-soap-type
define-symbol-macro
Attempt to call -name- which is defined as a macro
Defined Operating System/Lisp constants by architecture
Emacs reports that a function defined in the interface is undefined
Operating System Constants defined in Allegro CL
Potential problems with user-defined main() on Linux
User-defined main()
Where are the bindings defined?
pprint-plist-definers
Defining Classes
Defining External-Formats
Defining Interfaces
Defining new classes
Defining new stream classes
Defining SOAP Methods
Defining the init functionality
Example of defining a new system class
Example of defining new system operations
Persistence of defining forms encountered by compile-file
accessor-method-slot-definition
compute-effective-slot-definition
definition-mode functions and variables
direct-slot-definition
direct-slot-definition-class
effective-slot-definition
effective-slot-definition-class
Element Definition
Example of one system definition referencing another
How to generate a SOAP client interface from a WSDL definition
Initialization of Slot Definition Metaobjects
Locale Definition
Namespace Definition Operators
Package definition locking
Package locking and package definition locking
package-definition-lock
Readers for Slot Definition Metaobjects
slot-definition
slot-definition-allocation
slot-definition-initargs
slot-definition-initform
slot-definition-initfunction
slot-definition-location
slot-definition-name
slot-definition-readers
slot-definition-type
slot-definition-writers
standard-direct-slot-definition
standard-effective-slot-definition
standard-slot-definition
The URI API definition
Type Definition
slot-definition-...
CBIND: Support for automatic generation of foreign function definitions 2
Combining Several WSDL Definitions in one Lisp Image
Definitions
Definitions dialog
Definitions of some terms used in this document
Definitions of terms associated with Allegro Composer
Finding the definitions of functions
Package definitions
Slot Definitions
slot-definitions
SWIG: Support for automatic generation of foreign function definitions 1
deflate-stream
deflate-stream-vector
deflate-stream-vector-combined
deflate-target-stream
defmacro
defmethod
cl:defpackage and cl:in-package
defpackage
defparameter, defvar
defpatch
defproperties
defsetf
Defsetf Lambda Lists
defstruct
Defstruct accessors
defsys-getf
Defsystem
Defsystem
defsystem
Defsystem extension examples
Defsystem introduction
Defsystem methods that can be specialized
Defsystem terminology
defsystem-1
defsystem.htm
Extending Defsystem
Extending defsystem syntax through shared-initialize methods
Predefined operations on systems and defsystem variables
The defsystem browser
Using Defsystem
deftype
Deftype Lambda Lists
defun
defun-c-callable
defun-foreign-callable
defun-proto
defparameter, defvar
defvar-nonbindable
delay-pop-up-menus-until-mouse-buttons-up
delay-redraw
delay-write-cell-value
menu-tooltip-delay
tooltip-delay
*general-wait-delay*
*jlinker-retry-delay*
clear-delayed-cell-value
clear-delayed-cell-values
delayed
redraw-delayed
with-delayed-interrupts
with-delayed-redraw
write-delayed-cell-values
Delaying linking the Allegro CL shared-library until runtime
deletable
*delete-in-place*
cl:delete, cl:delete-if, cl:delete-if-not, cl:delete-duplicates: multiprocessing issues
cl:delete, cl:delete-if, cl:delete-if-not, cl:delete-duplicates: multiprocessing issues
cl:delete, cl:delete-if, cl:delete-if-not, cl:delete-duplicates: multiprocessing issues
cl:delete, cl:delete-if, cl:delete-if-not, cl:delete-duplicates: multiprocessing issues
db-grid-delete-button-on-change
dbm-delete
delete-breakpoint
delete-class-grid-row
delete-column
delete-command
delete-directory
delete-directory-and-files
delete-directory-and-files
delete-file
delete-instance
delete-key-pair
delete-letter
delete-mailbox
delete-namespace
delete-package
delete-row
delete-security-group
delete-selected-subsections
delete-selection
delete-service
delete-snapshot
delete-volume
do-delete
ftp-delete
ftp-stream-delete
mci-delete
object-editor-delete
remove, remove-if, remove-if-not, delete, delete-if, delete-if-not
remove, remove-if, remove-if-not, delete, delete-if, delete-if-not
remove, remove-if, remove-if-not, delete, delete-if, delete-if-not
remove-duplicates, delete-duplicates
vk-delete
deleted-instance-p
confirm-grid-subsection-deletion
delimited-string-to-list
list-to-delimited-string
read-delimited-list
Creating the deliverable
Delivering Applications
A summary of the delivery process
Compilation and Delivery
default-error-handler-for-delivery
Delivery introduction
delivery.htm
Developing the application and preparing for delivery
Patching your application after delivery
process-cpu-msec-used-delta
process-times-resumed-delta
denied-request
numerator, denominator
One library file cannot depend on an already loaded library file
When all wait functions depend on external events
add-dependent
remove-dependent
update-dependent
map-dependents
Deploying Your Lisp Based DLL
deposit-field
*jlinker-deprecated-warnings*
Deprecated macro: excl::atomically
Deprecated macro: sys:without-scheduling
Deprecated macro: without-interrupts
Deprecated macros
class-graph-initial-depth
dequeue
deregister-image
font-descent
describe
describe-addresses
describe-advice
describe-availability-zones
describe-fobject
describe-images
describe-instances
describe-key-pairs
describe-object
describe-regions
describe-security-groups
describe-snapshots
describe-volumes
xref-describe
ec2-security-group-description
General description of query functions and commands
mime-part-description
Simple-stream Description
Strategy descriptions necessary for encapsulation
deselect-all-subsections
deselect-sections-when-lose-focus
deselect-sections-when-move-focus
deselect-subsection
About design considerations for event-driven applications
Condition Designators
Designators
Including all desired modules
destroy-icon-handle
destroy-pixmap-handle
destroy-servlet
Destructuring Lambda Lists
destructuring-bind
detach-from-terminal
detach-from-terminal-supported-p
detach-volume
Details of cl:load-logical-pathname-translations
Details of stream-line-column and charpos
Logical pathnames: general implementation details
Miscellaneous implementation details
Prerequisites and implementation details
Determining the :directory component
Determining the :name component
Determining the :type component
Determining the Class Precedence List
stat-dev
Developing the application and preparing for delivery
Common Graphics and Integrated Development Environment Documentation
Common Graphics and the Integrated Development Environment
development-main-window
development-main-window
Example of master and development directories
More on the development environment
device
Device Interface
Device Level Functionality
device-buffer-length
device-clear-input
device-clear-output
device-close
device-context
device-file-length
device-file-position
device-finish-record
device-open
Device-open
device-read
device-to-dialog-units
device-to-scaling-units
device-to-stream-units
device-write
Device-writing Tips
dialog-to-device-units
ec2-attachment-device
font-device-p
From-scratch device-open
Implementation Helpers for device-read and device-write
Implementation Helpers for device-read and device-write
mci-compound-device-p
mci-device
mci-device-average-bytes-per-second
mci-device-bits-per-sample
mci-device-block-alignment
mci-device-can-eject-p
mci-device-can-freeze-p
mci-device-can-play-p
mci-device-can-record-p
mci-device-can-reverse-p
mci-device-can-save-p
mci-device-can-stretch-p
mci-device-channels
mci-device-current-track
mci-device-disc-size
mci-device-error-function
mci-device-fast-rate
mci-device-file
mci-device-format-tag
mci-device-forward-p
mci-device-has-audio-p
mci-device-has-video-p
mci-device-hpal
mci-device-hwnd
mci-device-id
mci-device-input
mci-device-inputs
mci-device-length
mci-device-level
mci-device-max-windows
mci-device-media-present-p
mci-device-media-type
mci-device-mode
mci-device-name
mci-device-normal-rate
mci-device-number
mci-device-number-of-tracks
mci-device-output
mci-device-outputs
mci-device-palettes-p
mci-device-position
mci-device-ready-p
mci-device-samples-per-second
mci-device-set-audio-off
mci-device-set-audio-on
mci-device-set-door-closed
mci-device-set-door-open
mci-device-set-time-format
mci-device-set-video-off
mci-device-set-video-on
mci-device-side
mci-device-slow-rate
mci-device-speed
mci-device-start-position
mci-device-stretch-p
mci-device-time-format
mci-device-track-length
mci-device-track-position
mci-device-type
mci-device-type-constant
mci-device-type-string
mci-device-uses-files-p
pathname-host, pathname-device, pathname-directory, pathname-name, pathname-type, pathname-version
scaling-to-device-units
stream-to-device-units
texture-info-x-device-units-per-m
texture-info-y-device-units-per-m
widget-device
with-device-context
Windows devices
Add Component dialog
Apropos dialog
Check for New Patches dialog
Class Browser dialog
Clipboard dialog
Creating an Object-Editor Dialog or Class-Grid Programmatically
Definitions dialog
device-to-dialog-units
dialog
dialog-field
dialog-fields
dialog-item
dialog-item
dialog-item-p
dialog-items
dialog-mixin
dialog-to-device-units
dialog-to-screen-units
dialog-units-p
directory-dialog-avoids-network
directory-dialog-searches-network-globally
Download Patches dialog
exit-dialog
file-dialog-source-types
Find dialog
Find in Files dialog
Form dialog
Inspect dialog
Menu Editor dialog
modal-dialog-margin
Navigator dialog
New Form dialog
New Project Directory dialog
open-dialog
Options dialog
Package List dialog
pop-up-color-dialog
pop-up-find-dialog
pop-up-message-dialog
pop-up-modal-dialog
pop-up-printer-job-dialog
pop-up-printer-setup-dialog
pop-up-replace-dialog
pop-up-string-dialog
pop-up-strings-dialog
position-utility-dialog
Process dialog
Project Manager dialog
Project Parent Directory dialog
Replace dialog
return-nil-from-pop-up-dialog
return-t-from-pop-up-dialog
rich-edit-dialog
Runtime Analyzer Control dialog
Runtime Analyzer Results dialog
screen-to-dialog-units
Select a Completion dialog
set-dialog-field
set-dialog-fields
Shortcut Keys dialog
show-dialog-on-compiler-warnings
Startup Action dialog
Stepper Dialog
system-dialog-background-color
Tab Order dialog
Trace dialog
update-dialog
use-trace-dialog-in-this-process
Window List dialog
y-or-n-dialog
dialogp
*modal-dialogs-disable-owner*
About Menus and Dialogs in the IDE
center-all-modal-dialogs-on-screen
Modal CG utility dialogs are not shared between processes
die
An example of the difference between SMP Lisp and non-SMP Lisp
set-difference, nset-difference
set-difference, nset-difference
What is the difference between using registers and using the stack?
Functionality to handle differences between Windows and GTK
Functionality to handle differences between Windows and GTK
Different versions of Allegro CL load foreign code differently
Fasl files may be incompatible in different Lisps on same hardware
Fasl files may be incompatible in different Lisps on same hardware
How to run two Emacs's connected to two different Lisps
update-instance-for-different-class
Different versions of Allegro CL load foreign code differently
compute-digest-authorization
digest-file
digest-final
digest-init
digest-string
digest-update
MD5, SHA*, HMAC, RC4, and other message digest support
digit-char
digit-char-or-space-p
digit-char-p
decode-float, scale-float, float-radix, float-sign, float-digits, float-precision, integer-decode-float
locale-frac-digits
locale-int-frac-digits
array-dimension
array-dimension-limit
short-array-dimension-limit
Array Dimensions
array-dimensions
pwent-dir
*locales-dir*
add-direct-method
add-direct-subclass
Allegro MySQL Direct Connect Library
class-direct-default-initargs
class-direct-slots
class-direct-subclasses
class-direct-superclasses
direct-simple-stream
direct-slot-definition
direct-slot-definition-class
list-call-direct-possibilities
Oracle Interface: Allegro Oracle Direct Connect
remove-direct-method
remove-direct-subclass
specializer-direct-generic-functions
specializer-direct-methods
standard-direct-slot-definition
bar-gradient-direction
body-gradient-direction
direction-of-increase
font-direction
icon-gradient-direction
*color-gradient-direction*
who-directly-calls
cl:directory and cl:ensure-directories-exist
distribution-directories
ensure-directories-exist
Example of master and development directories
initial-search-directories
ask-user-for-directory
ask-user-for-new-or-existing-directory
cl:directory
cl:directory and cl:ensure-directories-exist
copy-directory
current-directory
delete-directory
delete-directory-and-files
delete-directory-and-files
Determining the :directory component
directory
directory-dialog-avoids-network
directory-dialog-searches-network-globally
directory-size
directory-subdirectories
file-directory-p
Files Lisp needs to start up 2: the Allegro directory
How the dumped image finds its Allegro directory
make-directory
map-over-directory
map-over-ftp-directory
namestring, file-namestring, directory-namestring, host-namestring, enough-namestring
New Project Directory dialog
pathname-as-directory
pathname-host, pathname-device, pathname-directory, pathname-name, pathname-type, pathname-version
probe-directory
Project Parent Directory dialog
project-parent-directory
publish-directory
Restrictions on Examining a Pathname Directory Component
special-windows-directory
start-in-allegro-directory
Temporary directory and files
temporary-directory
The Allegro directory
The directory component of merged pathnames
The directory component of merged pathnames
Tracking directory changes
username-to-home-directory
[allegro directory]/src/aclstart.cl is the source code for startup
*temporary-directory*
dirname
dirs
*modal-dialogs-disable-owner*
barrier-disable
disable-soap-server
disable-xml-rpc-method
disable-xml-rpc-server
process-disable
system-disabled-color
with-events-disabled
with-message-interrupts-disabled
*disallow-scheduling*
disassemble
disassemble-profile
Extensions to cl:disassemble
Extensions to cl:make-package, cl:disassemble, cl:truename, cl:probe-file, cl:open, cl:apropos
Extensions to cl:make-package, cl:intern, cl:disassemble, cl:truename, cl:probe-file, cl:open, cl:apropos, etc.
The disassemble-profile function
disassociate-address
mci-device-disc-size
mci-video-disc
Discard local variable information before dumplisp
discard-all-source-file-info
discard-all-xref-info
discard-in-java
discard-local-name-info
discard-pending-events
disconnect
disconnect
disconnect
API for connecting and disconnecting
compute-discriminating-function
Generic functions, method combination, and discrimination
#\newline Discussion
OLE/OCX low-level internals discussion
Summary of the discussion of locals
Tail merging discussion
copy-pprint-dispatch
Dynamic Dispatch of Generated Lisp Functions
Lisp Functions to Dispatch Java Events
make-dispatch-macro-character
pprint-dispatch
Pretty Print Dispatch Tables
set-dispatch-macro-character, get-dispatch-macro-character
set-dispatch-macro-character, get-dispatch-macro-character
set-pprint-dispatch
Trivial Stream Dispatch
*print-pprint-dispatch*
Caches for fast dispatching
array-displacement
display-console
display-extended-toolbar
display-form-grid
display-help
display-html
display-instance
display-special-instance
display-status-bar
display-toolbars
outline-display-pane
reset-profiler-display-defaults
When will the debugger display ghost frames?
*zoom-display*
No ghost frames are displayed. Do all functions appear on the stack?
The ghost frame has no `...'s; are all possible frames displayed?
Displaying a stack backtrace in a window
Displaying help
dist-object-p
make-dist-object
scroll-parent-section-distance
distributed-files
Errata in distributed Allegro CL documentation
Conditions on distributing Allegro Runtime created applications
Distributing patches
distribution-directories
vk-divide
division-by-zero
Building and Using an Allegro Common Lisp Based DLL
Building the Example DLL: fact.dll
Building the Example DLL: fact.dll
Building Your Own Lisp Based DLL
Deploying Your Lisp Based DLL
dll.htm
Externals must be resolved when the .so/.sl/.dylib/.dll file is created
Files Lisp needs to start up 1: .so (or dll) files built with image
If you modify a so/sl/dylib/dll file that has been loaded, you must load the modified file!
Lisp as a DLL example
LNKACL DLL Exported Routines
Making a .dll
Making a Fortran .dll
Using An Example Allegro CL Based DLL: fact.dll
Using An Example Allegro CL Based DLL: fact.dll
Excuting DML and DDL
dn
*dns-configured*
*dns-domain*
*dns-mode*
configure-dns
dns-ipaddr-to-hostname
dns-lookup-hostname
dns-nameserver
dns-nameserver-ipaddr
dns-nameserver-name
dns-nameserver-received
dns-nameserver-sent
dns-query
dns-response
dns-response-additional
dns-response-answer
dns-response-authority
dns-response-flags
dns-response-flags-value
dns-response-id
dns-rr
dns-rr-answer
dns-rr-class
dns-rr-name
dns-rr-time-to-live
dns-rr-type
dns.htm
ec2-instance-dns-name
ec2-instance-private-dns-name
The DNS API
Core files: when they are useful and what to do with them
do, do*
do-all-uris
do-click
do-command
do-default-debugable-restart
do-default-restart
do-delete
do-get
do-head
do-http-request
do-keypress
do-keypresses
do-options
do-post
do-put
do-symbols, do-external-symbols, do-all-symbols
do-symbols, do-external-symbols, do-all-symbols
do-symbols, do-external-symbols, do-all-symbols
do-trace
do-windows
How do I find out when scavenges happen?
How to do CLOS start up optimizations
No ghost frames are displayed. Do all functions appear on the stack?
rpc-do-invoke
rpc-do-request
ssl-do-handshake
What do the suspension points (`...') mean in a ghost frame?
What to do with patch files
What to do with patches when you have downloaded them
do, do*
doclass
doclass*
Definitions of some terms used in this document
Document Object Model (DOM) in Allegro Common Lisp
dom-create-document
dom-document-parser
end-document
Format of this document
html-widget-new-document
Notation conventions used in this document
on-new-document
start-document
windows-command-for-document-type
About Common Graphics and IDE documentation
Allegro CL 9.0 Documentation Introduction and Overview
Allegro CL documentation table of contents
Allegro CL documentation: list of overview HTML documents
AllegroCache documentation
AllegroServe documentation
ANSI Common Lisp and MetaObject Protocol Documentation
Common Graphics and Integrated Development Environment Documentation
Documentation introduction
documentation, (setf documentation)
Emacs Documentation
Errata in distributed Allegro CL documentation
Functions, Symbols, Variables Documentation
GTK interface documentation
MOP documentation
Orblink documentation
documentation, (setf documentation)
*load-documentation*
Documenting object-oriented protocols
Allegro CL documentation: list of overview HTML documents
Parsing XML documents
Valid XML documents
Well-formed XML documents
autoload-file-does-not-exist-error
file-does-not-exist-error
How does the compiler treat local variables?
How does the debugger know about ghost frames?
What if the Emacs-Lisp interface does not start?
What Lisp does when it starts up
What user-homedir-pathname does on Windows
dolist
Tilde Dollarsign: Monetary Floating-Point
*dom-enforce-locks*
*dom-print-attrs*
*dom-print-indent*
Document Object Model (DOM) in Allegro Common Lisp
DOM introduction
DOM Ref: 1.1.1. The DOM Structure Model
DOM Ref: 1.1.1. The DOM Structure Model
dom-child-node-list
dom-condition
dom-condition-code
dom-condition-data
dom-condition-name
dom-condition-note
dom-condition-string
dom-create-document
dom-document-parser
dom-dump
dom-equal
dom-item-name
dom-item-value
dom-list-elements-by-tag-name
dom-node-list-nodes
dom-node-type-p
dom-parser
dom-print
dom.htm
dom1-parser
Examples using the DOM
file-to-dom
Index for DOM
parse-to-dom
*domain-search-list*
The Allegro CL Domain Naming System Package
The Domain Naming System Utility
valid-email-domain-p
*dns-domain*
mci-device-set-door-closed
mci-device-set-door-open
doset
Sharpsign Dot
The Consing Dot
dotimes
dotted-address-p
dotted-to-ipaddr
ipaddr-to-dotted
double-buffered
double-click-as-default-button
double-click-event
double-click-time
double-float-p
double-float-to-shorts
Double-Quote
double-sided
long-double
mouse-double-click
mouse-double-click
mouse-left-double-click
mouse-middle-double-click
mouse-middle-double-click
mouse-right-double-click
mouse-right-double-click
nc-mouse-double-click
nc-mouse-double-click
nc-mouse-left-double-click
nc-mouse-middle-double-click
nc-mouse-middle-double-click
nc-mouse-right-double-click
nc-mouse-right-double-click
on-double-click
short-float, single-float, double-float, long-float
short-float-epsilon, ..., double-float-epsilon, ...
short-float-epsilon, ..., double-float-epsilon, double-float-negative-epsilon, ...
short-float-epsilon, ..., double-float-epsilon, double-float-negative-epsilon, ...
short-float-epsilon, short-float-negative-epsilon, single-float-epsilon, single-float-negative-epsilon, double-float-epsilon, double-float-negative-epsilon, long-float-epsilon, long-float-negative-epsilon
short-float-epsilon, short-float-negative-epsilon, single-float-epsilon, single-float-negative-epsilon, double-float-epsilon, double-float-negative-epsilon, long-float-epsilon, long-float-negative-epsilon
shorts-to-double-float
with-double-buffering
*infinity-double*
*nan-double*
*negative-infinity-double*
cell-key-down
down-key-names
down-keys
key-is-down-p
key-was-down-p
mouse-back-down
mouse-down
mouse-forward-down
mouse-left-down
mouse-left-down
mouse-middle-down
mouse-middle-down
mouse-right-down
mouse-right-down
move-down-one-outline-item
nc-mouse-down
nc-mouse-left-down
nc-mouse-left-down
nc-mouse-middle-down
nc-mouse-middle-down
nc-mouse-right-down
nc-mouse-right-down
pull-down-menu
System start up and shut down
up-down-control
up-down-control
up-down-control-pane
virtual-key-down
virtual-key-down
vk-down
char-upcase, char-downcase
string-upcase, ..., nstring-downcase, nstring-capitalize
string-upcase, ..., nstring-upcase, nstring-downcase, nstring-capitalize
string-upcase, string-downcase, string-capitalize, nstring-upcase, nstring-downcase, nstring-capitalize
string-upcase, string-downcase, string-capitalize, nstring-upcase, nstring-downcase, nstring-capitalize
Download Patches dialog
What to do with patches when you have downloaded them
dpb
*start-drag-slack*
box-to-drag
drag-and-drop
drag-and-drop-mouse-moved
drag-cursor
drag-images
on-drag
scroll-on-drag
scroll-on-drag-factor
wait-for-drag
cell-draggable-p
draggable-headers
draggable-p
tabs-are-draggable
color-when-dragging
dragging-thickness
draw-at-dragging-thickness
now-dragging
scroll-parent-section-while-dragging
draw-arrowhead
draw-at-dragging-thickness
draw-bezier-curve
draw-box
draw-box-x-y
draw-by
draw-by-x-y
draw-cell
draw-cell-focus
draw-circle
draw-circle-arc
draw-circle-sector
draw-ellipse
draw-ellipse-arc
draw-ellipse-sector
draw-focus
draw-grid
draw-grid-section
draw-high-low-values
draw-icon
draw-icons
draw-legend
draw-legend-border
draw-line
draw-line-x-y
draw-lines
draw-major-grid-lines
draw-major-labels
draw-major-tics
draw-minor-grid-lines
draw-minor-labels
draw-minor-tics
draw-on-printer
draw-plus-minus
draw-polygon
draw-polyline
draw-regression-lines
draw-rounded-box
draw-scrollbar-area
draw-string-in-box
draw-text-file
draw-to
draw-to-x-y
draw-wrapped-string
grid-draw-string
lisp-widget-draw-focus
What to draw on
drawable
drawable
drawable-pane
drawable-stream
update-drawable
About drawing graphics in Common Graphics
begin-drawing-path
cg-drawing.htm
cg/cg-drawing.htm
class-grid-drawing-pane
Drawing an icon
Drawing functions
Drawing lines, filling areas, and erasing
Drawing on bitmap-streams
Drawing on printers
Drawing on the screen
Drawing on windows in general
Drawing pixmaps and icons
Drawing text and fonts
end-drawing-path
grid-drawing-pane
grid-drawing-pane
grid-drawing-pane-class-for-grid
icon-drawing-view
line-drawing-view
The current drawing style
with-drawing-path
base-line-drawn
*dribble-bug-hooks*
dribble
dribble-bug
About design considerations for event-driven applications
driver-collate-p
driver-copies
driver-name
driver-version
bad-drop
drag-and-drop
drag-and-drop-mouse-moved
drop-combo-box
drop-cursor
drop-get
drop-put
good-drop
no-drop-cursor
no-drop-cursor
droppable-onto-self
droppable-p
top-level-dropper
dropping
dropping-outline
outline-dropping-pane
ds~t
po-ds~t
po-~ds~t
~ds~t
dst
po-dst
po-~dst
~dst
dual-channel-simple-stream
dual-fonts-for-languages
ide-dual-fonts-for-languages
install-dual-channel-character-strategy
The PXML-DUAL Module
dummy-forward-struct
dom-dump
How the dumped image finds its Allegro directory
How the dumped image finds loaded library files
How to use the dumped image
Logical pathnames and the dumped image
The emacs-lisp interface and dumped images
When the dumped image starts 1: values of global variables
When the dumped image starts 2: command-line arguments
When the dumped image starts 3: reading init files
When the dumped image starts 4: restart actions
When the dumped image starts 5: the two restart functions
Dumping a prestoized image
Comparison with excl:dumplisp
Discard local variable information before dumplisp
dumplisp
Dumplisp
Dumplisp
dumplisp
dumplisp and multiprocessing
dumplisp error: too many regions
dumplisp.htm
excl:dumplisp will fail under some conditions
Introduction to excl:dumplisp, a tool for saving an image
release-dumplisp-virtual-image
The Emacs-Lisp interface and excl:dumplisp
Uses of excl:dumplisp
Virtual dumplisp: for very large images and pseudo-forks on Windows
Duplicate entry points are never a problem
cl:delete, cl:delete-if, cl:delete-if-not, cl:delete-duplicates: multiprocessing issues
remove-duplicates, delete-duplicates
remove-duplicates, delete-duplicates
add-duration
duration
duration
duration-days
duration-hours
duration-minutes
duration-months
duration-seconds
duration-weeks
duration-years
subtract-duration
The duration class
time-interval-duration
Adding/Subtracting Durations
allow-during-modality
An unhandled error occurred during initialization
An unhandled error occurred during initialization:
EOF encountered error during a load
dword-list-from-dde-buffer
Building the Companion DXL File: fact.dxl
Building the Companion DXL File: fact.dxl
Externals must be resolved when the .so/.sl/.dylib/.dll file is created
If you modify a so/sl/dylib/dll file that has been loaded, you must load the modified file!
Dynamic Control of the Arrangement of Output
Dynamic Dispatch of Generated Lisp Functions
Dynamic Environments
Dynamic Linkage Java Reference
Dynamic naming
Dynamic Runtime
dynamic-extent
jLinker - A Dynamic Link between Lisp and Java
Processes and their dynamic environments
trust-dynamic-extent-declarations-switch
Creating a Dynamically Linked Lisp/Java Application


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