A modular IGBT converter system for high frequency induction by Zied H.A.

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Generally, the first entry or two on the message list are not very useful. They usually present the messages that deal with the error-handling process itself. As such, they don't provide a lot of insight into what is happening with the code that has gone awry. 14 Practical Smalltalk Figure 1 -9. Sample Walkback Bring up the Debugger window for the Walkback we just created by choosing debug from the pane pop-up. Select the second method in the upper left pane. The resulting Debugger window is shown in Figure 1-10.

Here is what the demoMenu method looks like before we begin working on it: demoMenu "Answer the menu for the receiver. " AMenu labels: (' exit\dragon\mandala\multi mandala\ ', 1 multi pentagon\multi spiral\bouncing ball') withers. lines: #(1 4) It is important to note that there is a direct correspondence between the order of the labels in the menu and the order of the selectors to which they correspond. The first label, exit, invokes the first item in the list of selectors, which happens to have the same name (but it could have had another name).

Don't worry now about what it means, just choose the "subclass" option. The class description needs no modification, so with the new class selected in the CHB, select new method from the empty method list pane (the upper right pane). A template for a new method appears in the text editing pane. Select all the text of this template and choose paste from the pane menu. ) To be consistent with Smalltalk/V conventions, we're going to rename our method run so that it will actually sound like it does what we're going to ask it to do from the other classes from which it is called.

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