SansGUI Intrinsic Classes
This chapter contains reference materials for all the SansGUI Intrinsic Classes. Intrinsic classes are pre-defined classes that come with SansGUI. A generic class has no attribute in it or in any of its ancestors in the entire class path. A class is abstract if no object can be derived from it and is concrete otherwise. A terminal class means that the class cannot be used for subclassing. The definitions of the class attributes can be viewed in the Class Attribute View in a Schema Definition. A cell attribute is an attribute that occupies a single cell in the GUI control while an array attribute may occupy multiple cells. SansGUI classes are organized into three categories: Simulator, Component and Reference classes.
SansGUI Modeling and Simulation Environment Version 1.2
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