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Autolisp Lesson #7 - Program Control
Autolisp Lesson #7 - Program Control
AutoLISP has many predefined functions to allow you to control your programs. Some of these functions are what are known as "relational" operators, and some are known as "conditional" operators.
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Autolisp Lesson #8 - Looping
Autolisp Lesson #8 - Looping
There are three basic styles of loops you can use, the first is the counting loop, the second is the continuously evaluating loop, and the third is the endless loop. The counting loop goes through the loop a certain predetermined number of times. The continuously evaluating loop, loops until some condition is met at which time it terminates. The endless loop executes forever, it`s the kind we don`t want to write in our lisp programs.
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Autolisp Lesson #10 - Input And Output
Autolisp Lesson #10 - Input And Output
The most important part of any program, other than the internal calculations that occur, will be the input / output section. These are the parts of your program that deal with getting Information from the user and storing or retrieving data from a storage area. The Dialog Control Language (DCL) will not be covered in this text, due to the expansive nature of the subject. The user interface
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Autolisp Learning Series - Lesson One: The Elements Of Lists
Autolisp Learning Series - Lesson One: The Elements Of Lists
Learn the basic elements of AutoLISP in this first installment of a fourteen-part series.
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Autolisp Learning Series - Lesson Five: Writing New Autocad Commands - Part 1
Autolisp Learning Series - Lesson Five: Writing New Autocad Commands - Part 1
In this lesson you will begin exploring the ability to define your own AutoLISP functions and AutoCAD commands.
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Mm Computers: Drawing Autolisp
Mm Computers: Drawing Autolisp
Macros
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Nate`s Simple Autolisp - Lesson 001
Nate`s Simple Autolisp - Lesson 001
Using AutoLISP to select objects in AutoCAD.
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Autolisp: Hatchb
Autolisp: Hatchb
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Autolisp Tip - Entdel Function
Autolisp Tip - Entdel Function
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Autolisp Learning Series - Lesson Fourteen: Using Defaults In Your Autolisp Routines
Autolisp Learning Series - Lesson Fourteen: Using Defaults In Your Autolisp Routines
This lesson will show you how to incorporate default values in your commands.
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Mm Computers: User Interaction In Autolisp
Mm Computers: User Interaction In Autolisp
Fully explanation about the 'GET' function
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Mm Computers: Input / Output And File Handling With Autolisp
Mm Computers: Input / Output And File Handling With Autolisp
Printing the functions and debugging your code
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Tips In Using Autolisp
Tips In Using Autolisp
In the last tutorial, we concluded our tour of AutoLISP by looking at the more esoteric functions available in AutoCAD for manipulating the drawing file. In this tutorial, I present tips for helping out when you write your own AutoLISP functions. You may want to save clip this column for reference.
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