Look here for Polyarea.lsp
hey guys I am looking for a quick way to add area's of closed polylines, for example I have several hundred closed polylines, and I need to know the total area for all of them, any quick way? or is it a check 1 at a time kinda deal?
Nice tip, I always used a lisp like that to calculate areas, didnt know about that data extraction command.
....always perform Beyond what is expected.
That turvill link appears no good anymore. But I found the lisp elsewhere. I don't know if this is a proper link. But it just downloaded right from google page. Anybody have ideas to make that output (the sum of areas) into a field text? That sure would be nice.
how to you use the lsp files in Autocad LT 2010?
ive been using fields to auto calc my areas.
This is great, but is there a way to also have a running total of several floor areas too?
does seem sill that even LT that is used in Architecture doesnt have this tool built in. and and the autocad calculator resets itself everytime its so annoying.
I don't recall if LT includes the ._DataExtraction command, but if it does, you can use this.Originally Posted by sygboe