(CLOS) An object-oriented extension to Common LISP, based on generic functions, multiple inheritance, declarative method combination and a meta-object protocol. A descendant of CommonLoops and based on Symbolics FLAVORS and Xerox LOOPS, among others.
See also PCL.
[“Common LISP Object System Specification X3J13 Document 88-002R”, D.G. Bobrow et al, SIGPLAN Notices 23, Sep 1988].
noun, Mathematics. 1. a logarithm having 10 as the base. noun 1. a logarithm to the base ten. Usually written log or log10 Compare natural logarithm common logarithm A logarithm having 10 as its base. Compare natural logarithm.
language Xerox’s object-oriented Lisp which led to CLOS. See also Portable CommonLoops. (ftp://arisia.xerox.com/pub/pcl/September-16-92-PCL-c.tar.Z). [“CommonLoops: Merging Lisp and Object-Oriented Programming”, D.G. Bobrow et al, SIGPLAN Notices 21(11):17-29, Nov 1986]. (1999-07-02)
[kom-uh n-lee] /ˈkɒm ən li/ adverb 1. often; frequently: commonly used words. 2. usually; generally; ordinarily. 3. in a common manner. /ˈkɒmənlɪ/ adverb 1. usually; ordinarily: he was commonly known as Joe 2. (derogatory) in a coarse or vulgar way: she dresses commonly adv. c.1300, “in a way common to all,” also “common to all;” […]
noun 1. 1 (def 5).