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CAD / LISP Forums and Web Sites

03/26/2009 9:55 AM

Hi folks,

I tried searching for this sort of info on CR4 (and on Google too for that matter), but I couldn't really find anything to match my queries. I'm actually particularly interested in AutoLISP manuals, free stuff, tutorials etc... whatever. However, any other CAD (especially AutoCAD) reference is also highly appreciated.

Therefore feel free to post'em all.

Thx in advance

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Re: CAD / LISP Forums and Web Sites

03/27/2009 6:44 AM

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=free+AutoLISP+manual&btnG=Search&meta=

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If you are looking for some free Autolisp resources including tutorials and sample code, take a look in the sidebar on the right (under "Autolisp Resources").
There are 4 websites with a lot of good information.
Oh well, I'll just paste the links in this post also:

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Re: CAD / LISP Forums and Web Sites

03/27/2009 9:05 AM

Caution

Look at the LISP file in autocad seperately if you can to determine what settings it may change. Don't save any files until you are sure it didn't change any settings.

The sites listed above are good ones and I don't think anything they have will produce scary results.

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Re: CAD / LISP Forums and Web Sites

03/30/2009 2:26 AM

Thanks a lot, I obviously used the wrong keywords in google search

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Re: CAD / LISP Forums and Web Sites

11/03/2009 4:02 AM

There is Outlook Express news has lisp groups.

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