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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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Introduction To Autolisp Programming
Introduction To Autolisp Programming
While a toolbar macro is very easy to create, it severely limits your ability to control AutoCAD. In this tutorial, we look at the most powerful way for a non-programmer to customize AutoCAD -- at the cost of being more difficult to create than a toolbar macro.
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Writing A Simple Autolisp Program, Part 3
Writing A Simple Autolisp Program, Part 3
In the last lesson, we learned the first steps in writing an AutoLISP routine of our own. We created a two-line AutoLISP program that looks like this...
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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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Writing A Simple Autolisp Program, Part 2
Writing A Simple Autolisp Program, Part 2
In the last lesson, I presented several tips for helping out when you write your own AutoLISP functions. In this lesson, we learn the first steps in writing an AutoLISP routine of our own.
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Introduction To Autolisp Programming, Part 3
Introduction To Autolisp Programming, Part 3
In the last lesson, we got a taste of many of the different kinds of functions AutoLISP offers you for manipulating numbers and text. We learned about five groups of AutoLISP functions: math, geometry, conditional, string, and conversion.
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Error Handling in AutoLISP Programs 2
Error Handling in AutoLISP Programs 2
Understanding 'alert,' 'exit' and 'quit' functions in AutoCAD
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Error Handling in AutoLISP Programs 1
Error Handling in AutoLISP Programs 1
Explaining error handling functions in AutoCAD
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AutoLISP Programming: Profile Grids With MINSERT
AutoLISP Programming: Profile Grids With MINSERT
AutoLISP Programming: Profile Grids With MINSERT
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An AutoLISP Program That Reads Point List From File and Puts Them Into Drawing
An AutoLISP Program That Reads Point List From File and Puts Them Into Drawing
Program reads 3D point data from text file
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AutoLISP.8: Selection Sets in AutoLISP Programs
AutoLISP.8: Selection Sets in AutoLISP Programs
Creating and manipulating a new selection set in AutoCAD
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An AutoLISP Program That Draws a Bubble at the End of Axes
An AutoLISP Program That Draws a Bubble at the End of Axes
Placing a bubble, with a text inside, at the end of a LINE entity
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AutoLISP Programming: A LISP to Edit Your Text Objects With Number Entries
AutoLISP Programming: A LISP to Edit Your Text Objects With Number Entries
Searching defined area and performing mathematical operations, M. Derya Bahceci
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Introduction to AutoLISP: My First AutoLISP Program
Introduction to AutoLISP: My First AutoLISP Program
Introduction to AutoLISP: My First AutoLISP Program
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Mm Computers: Develop An Autolisp Program
Mm Computers: Develop An Autolisp Program
Programming structure, flow charts
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