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  1. Hi all, I've never written a LISP routine before and I am finding myself in need of a function that I can't seem to be able to do without LISP, so I have begun my first attempt. It's not going so well. I need to be able to pick two points and have a square drawn that uses those two points as opposite corners. I think if I can check the angle between the two points, then add or subtract 45-degrees from that, I will get the rotation for the square, and I can then use the RECTANGLE command to draw it by picking the first point, setting the rotation, and then pick the second point.
  2. Hi everyone! I'm kinda new in this LISP world and I'm having some trouble on this project of mine. Here we go: I need a LISP to draw a PLINE and create a text with the PLINE's area. The area is always different and I don't have the points to draw the PLINE, so I have to draw it with the mouse and when I finish I want to have the area value in a text placed inside that PLINE (I can place it with a mouse click, but I don't want to have to write the area). This is the code I already wrote: I would appreciate any help! Thanks!
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