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  1. Colleagues, best regards. Today I come to ask for help. I have developed a routine that splits a polygon based on the location of the origin of the blocks above it; However, the selection takes into account other blocks that overlap only slightly in the polygon, allowing me to run the routine anyway but with an undesired result. I can remove the blocks manually, but when there are too many it becomes very tedious and time-consuming. I want to know if there is a way to avoid these external blocks that alter the results of my routine. In the attached dwg I present 2 cases, in the one on the right the routine works without problems, however in the one on the left the complication occurs with the blocks external to the polygon but that still overlap a little. Another complication that arises is when the polygon presents an arc. Attached dwg and lisp file I am very grateful for the help and attention provided. ORIGENpl.lsp SEGMENTACION.dwg
  2. So I have a lisp program that draws some attributes. I want to be able to write a lisp program that will change the value of the selected attributes and I want the CCTNUMBERS to be in chronological order. I want the lisp to be able to take the smallest number and puts it in on the attribute that is to the most left of the selected window and the largest number to be on the right. Any ideas on how I can write this lisp? I don't even know how to be able to grab the respective attribute information let alone change it. Help please. This is what I have: This is what I want:
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