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5    <title>CurrencyConverter HOWTO</title>
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12      <h1>Conclusion</h1>
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16      <p>This concludes our HOWTO on building the Apple
17      CurrencyConverter example in Lisp with Clozure CL. Your own Lisp
18      applications are likely to be considerably more complex than the
19      Currency Converter, which, after all, just does a simple
20      multiplication. You can, however, use exactly the same steps to
21      build a much richer and more full-featured Cocoa
22      application.</p>
23     
24      <p>A more complex application will still consist of one or more
25      nibfiles and one or more Lisp source files. You will still use
26      the Objective-C bridge to define Objective-C classes and
27      methods, and to use Cocoa library features. And you will still
28      use BUILD-APPLICATION to turn your source and nibfiles into
29      standalone Cocoa applications.</p>
30
31      <p>You should now be able to use Clozure CL to accomplish anything
32      that an Objective-C user can accomplish with Cocoa. Good luck!</p>
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34    <div class="nav">
35      <p><a href="../../HOWTO.html">start</a></p>
36    </div>
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