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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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The Quick Calculator
The Quick Calculator
New Quick Calculator feature, with a friendly user interface, carries out mathematical calculations in AutoCAD 2006.
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AutoCAD Architectural Schedule Formula Tip
AutoCAD Architectural Schedule Formula Tip
Solution for getting intended displays using formula for calculations
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ADT 2006 & Prior - Angular Automatic Properties
ADT 2006 & Prior - Angular Automatic Properties
Using the angular value for mathematical calculations in a formula property
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Introduction To Autolisp Programming, Part 2
Introduction To Autolisp Programming, Part 2
In the last lesson, you began to learn how to employ AutoLISP to make your AutoCAD drafting work easier. You learned to add two numbers with AutoLISP, along with the other arithmetic functions -, *, and \. You saw how AutoLISP can be employed to perform a calculation in the middle of an AutoCAD command, and you saved the result of calculations using the SetQ function.
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Find Area in Acres
Find Area in Acres
 - AutoCAD calculations using AREA command, AutoLISP expression
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Simple Conduit Fill Calculations/Reports
Simple Conduit Fill Calculations/Reports
Creating simple project-wide conduit report in AutoCAD Electrical.
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Quick Tip - Fielding Your Object Data
Quick Tip - Fielding Your Object Data
Using fields, tables, easy way to get site plans and calculations
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