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LISP for AutoCAD

10/09/2011 3:55 AM

Hello everyone,

Can you help me how to used LISP in AutoCAD?

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Re: LISP for AutoCAD

10/09/2011 4:34 AM

Here is a site with lots of ideas.

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10/10/2011 2:27 AM

I have checked the site that you have gave me and I'm so thankful for that information. But I am confused which function I will use for making a program for bar bending schedule. Can you pleased help me with this matter?

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10/11/2011 2:26 AM

Unfortunately, I do not know the details. But I'm pretty sure it is possible to do such things as input the leg lengths of bent pieces, together with the bend angle and radius, and get a drawn shape as output.

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Re: LISP for AutoCAD

10/09/2011 11:03 AM

Please forgive my ignorance, but what is LISP in AutoCAD? I presently don't use AutoCAD, but rather IntelliCAD.

Can it be adapted for use w/ IntelliCAD?

still behind the 8-Ball when it comes to AutoCAD use....

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10/09/2011 12:39 PM

LISP is the computer language underlying AutoCAD®. You can go "behind the scenes" and write subroutines for customized drawing tasks.

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10/19/2011 10:25 AM

more closely, it stands for LISt Programing. Siimular to a script or macros only with math and the abilities to open file documnts such as excel file and b able to accss sheet as well as data info. Use for data nmanagement with in cad and parametric programming. Not only importing data, but exporting exporting data as well.

I'm on my pseudo smart phone. But this may be what the op is looking for. I'll respond later. Oh yeah. Another anology to LISP is Lost In Stupid Parentheses.. ;)

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