Hi all, I'm new to this forum and know very little about programming lisp routines. I usually just come across ones every now and then and add them to my installation of AutoCAD.
I was looking for a Lisp routine that would be able to measure a 2d line of my choosing, then for it to prompt me to choose an existing text to add the length of the line to the text.
So basically I have a wall outline with the wall number above it. I would like to be able to click a line of the wall to measure it. Then be prompted to click on a multi line or single line text to add the length to the end of the text with spaces and equal sign separating the two. Hopefully be able to keep in feet & inches as shown below or based on what the drawing Units are set to?
Sample (Please don't laugh too much at my text drawing skills ):
Wall 1 = 5' 3 1/2"
So the top is the before and the bottom is the after.
If someone knows of a routine that can do this and can point me to it, that would be awesome!
If not, would this be overly complicated for a beginner to attempt to code? I just need some guidance on how to begin. Or someone could code it for me?
Thanks for any and all help!