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Writing the Lisp Code
In this section we'll write Lisp code that duplicates the features provided by the Objective C code in Apple's tutorial. In Apple's tutorial, the explanation of the Objective C code begins with the section Bridging the Model and View: The Controller.
The Lisp code in this section of the HOWTO is considerably simpler than the corresponding Objective C code, in part because we can ignore the conventions that XCode uses for laying out source files. We can just write all our definitions into a single Lisp source file, and load that file into Clozure CL when we are ready to build the application. The Lisp code is also a little more compact than the corresponding Objective-C.
First Things First
Place the following line at the top of your Lisp source file: