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  1. Hello, Does anyone know of a LSP out there that will number the selection below properly without editing each piece of text?
  2. ryankevin15

    Demand Amps Lisp

    Hello, could someone make a .lsp for calculating demand amps similar to these two Lisps for adding numbers, and calculating phase balance percentage(%)? They work by selecting a value, hitting space bar to execute the command and then selecting a destination piece of text for the calculation. PhaseBalance.LSP This .lsp would prompt for a demand wattage, and divide by 360 and then prompt the user for destination piece of text. I'd like the amperage to round up to the nearest tens. Thank you in advance.
  3. Okay, here's the deal. I need a LISP that calculates phase balance which is basically percent error between two numbers in the following form. However, we need it to take a selection and find the largest number, smallest number and make the following calculation, regardless of the numbers in the set. (Big - Small)/Big * 100 = X.X% Currently, we use an ADD.LSP which takes a selection and adds up the numbers. I am not familiar enough with the programming in order to take this relatively simple arithmetic and make it a working LSP. I have attached the ADD command if anyone is able to do something like this. add.LSP It should work by making a selection, then prompting the user to select where to place the phase balance (By adjusting the selected text to the updated value X.X%).
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