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  1. Hello dear community, My task is to validate coordinates of antenna changes for a mobile network; this list is supplied in Excel format an the respective points are introduced in matlab on separate layers for each antenna change, e.g. AC_1>2, AC_5>100, AC_80>34, ... On another layer are the locations of the antennae as points. I want to validate that no antenna change (AC) takes place too far away from that antenna. I have developed a process to do this, yet I still don't have figured out how to do each step. Process: For each antenna (how are for-loops done?) 1. disable (make layers non-visible) all non-relevant layers for this antenna Solution: -layer au *_* ei *45_*,*_45* 2. Connect all remaining visible points with lines (e.g. tree spanning algorithm) 3. Center to the region containing all remaining points and set a predetermined scale (allows to validate distances on paper with ruler after printing) 4. Print to a pdf A3 with same scale always However I do not know how to loop over antennas and don't know how to implement steps 2-4. I would be very thankful if you could provide me same valuable tips. My knowledge in AutoCAD is not very developed, but I have strong programming knowledge. Thank you in advance.
  2. Hi, I am completely new to the forum and to Autocad. I am using version 2011. I am working with irregular solids and after I SECTION them, I would like to export to a text file the data points that make up the perimeter of the sections. I have tried googling for a way to do it but couldn't find any helpful information. Could anyone give me a pointer in the right direction? Ideally, I would like to do it from the command line, but that's a secondary goal, first of all I would like to know how to do it. Thank you. Pixe
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