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4.3 Classes

While the object system is general enough to describe all standardized classes (including, for example, number, hash-table, and symbol), the next figure contains a list of classes that are especially relevant to understanding the object system.

built-in-class    method-combination         standard-object   
class             standard-class             structure-class   
generic-function  standard-generic-function  structure-object  
method            standard-method                              

Figure 4-7. Object System Classes

4.3.1 Introduction to Classes

4.3.2 Defining Classes

4.3.3 Creating Instances of Classes

4.3.4 Inheritance

4.3.5 Determining the Class Precedence List

4.3.6 Redefining Classes

4.3.7 Integrating Types and Classes

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