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    How can I set the setting of overkill command by lisp.I mean what are the system
    variables of overkill command.
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    You can script it, so it can be a lisp probably
    use the -overkill variant



    Command: -overkill
    Select objects: all
    5 found
    2 were not in current space.
    Select objects:
    Current settings: Tolerance=0.000001, Ignore=None, Optimize polylines=Yes, Combine partial overlap=Yes, Combine end-to-end=Yes
    Enter an option to change [Done/Ignore/tOlerance/optimize Plines/combine parTial overlap/combine Endtoend/Associativity] <done>:
    2 duplicate(s) deleted
    0 overlapping object(s) or segment(s) deleted
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    Quote Originally Posted by halam View Post
    You can script it, so it can be a lisp probably
    use the -overkill variant



    Command: -overkill
    Select objects: all
    5 found
    2 were not in current space.
    Select objects:
    Current settings: Tolerance=0.000001, Ignore=None, Optimize polylines=Yes, Combine partial overlap=Yes, Combine end-to-end=Yes


    Enter an option to change [Done/Ignore/tOlerance/optimize Plines/combine parTial overlap/combine Endtoend/Associativity] <done>:
    2 duplicate(s) deleted
    0 overlapping object(s) or segment(s) deleted
    Yes -overkill fulfilled my requirements Thanks for the advice.

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