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    Is a Lisp possible to create lines and arcs?

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    Yes and YES explain what you want.
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    I look for the way to create lines and arcs for points of intersections.

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    You still have not defined the task do you just want to draw lots of lines and arcs then find intersection points ? Pretty easy result will be by creation order. Still no code you must explain your request more clearly we understand sometimes a language problem in asking question. Do I understand right break into lots of little bits ? There are some here better than me at that type of task.
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    Sounds like you want a lisp routine that will execute a "break" at any and all intersections.

    The lisp routine you are looking for was written about 9 years ago by CAB (Charles Alan Butler) and posted over at The Swamp. It was called BreakObjects.lsp and included several different break routines in one program. I may have a copy around somewhere but I'll have to look for it. There was another routine AsmiTools_Bri.lsp written by ASMI and included in a file named AsmiTools.zip. I think a copy of the file is here at CADTutor.
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