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  1. Hello there, Merry Christmas! I am new in LISP and I don't know where to start from. For clarity, please refer to the snapshot provided. I am not quite familiar with AutoCAD terminology though, but I'll try to explain my problem clear. Basically, we have polylines and points having their coordinates (these small blue rectangulars). What we need to do is: Find the closest on the polyline from the "blue rectangular" Create the vertex on THAT point Export to Excel files the following parameters: number, Coordinates of each vertex, distances between them, '1' if the line contains newly-created vertex The output files are expected to look like: 1. XY_Coords.xls: Node X Y 1 359.898 163.788 2 358.514 164.124 3 358.423 164.131 4 358.354 164.119 5 358.26 164.07 6 358.198 164.005 7 358.153 163.91 8 355.136 152.963 9 354.962 152.691 2. Lines.xls NodeA NodeB Distance Load 1 2 1.424202233 0 2 3 0.091268834 0 3 4 0.070035705 1 4 5 0.106004717 0 5 6 0.089827613 0 6 7 0.10511898 0 7 8 11.35513531 1 8 9 0.322893171 0 9 10 0.22220036 0 10 11 0.299247389 0 Please ask questions if you need some clarifications. Your help is greatly appreciated. Thank you Best wishes, Jes G https://ibb.co/mgpUaR
  2. Hello, I have this Lisp MD (Closest Distance Between Two Objects).lsp that can show me what is the shortest distance between two objects. If you type MD it shows the distance value and if you type MDL, it draws a line between them on the closest point distance. It can be useful for you if you need. But I need the right opposite of it. I need the Longest Distance between two objects. I need the number and the line of it. Can someone help me?
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