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Events are handled by callback objects, objects that specify what action should be taken in response to an event. There are three types of callback objects (mouse, position, and key callback objects), corresponding to the three kinds of events. Events occur within the scope of a window w of the screen. The relevant data associated with each event is wrapped into an event record, and sent to the root object associated with w. Each graphical object (including root objects) contains three callback object stacks, one for each type of callback object.