The Graph Example
This chapter, rather than present some abstracted features of the lisp language or of the lisp machine operating environment, will cover a programming example which puts to use many of the features we have previously discussed. The piece of code in question allows one to display and manipulate simple undirected graphs, that is sets of nodes connected by arcs.
KeywordsInstance Variable Partial Path Mouse Click Apparent Position Simple Undirected Graph
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