Next: Interactive Call Prev: Command Overview Up: Command Loop
A Lisp function becomes a command when its body contains, at top
level, a form which calls the special form `interactive'. This form
does nothing when actually executed, but its presence serves as a flag
to indicate that interactive calling is permitted. Its argument
controls the reading of arguments for an interactive call.
- Using Interactive
- General rules for `interactive'.
- Interactive Codes
- The standard letter-codes for reading arguments
in various ways.
- Interactive Examples
- Examples of how to read interactive arguments.
automatically generated by info2www