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Hello everyone! So, i am doing a school project in which i want to select all circles of a given radius and then move them all in the arithmetic mean of all centers. The arithmetic mean is no problem, everything works fine, till i add the "more complex" filter. Here is the part of the code: (initget 7) (setq radius (getint "\nEnter radius: ")) (setq ss (ssget "X" '((0 . "CIRCLE") (-4 . "=") (40 . radius)))) The thing is, when i swap (40 . radius) with, lets say, (40 . 10)... it works for all circles with the radius equal to 10. But i want to give the radius by keyboard. And i get the error from the title. Also... if i put a (princ radius) before the filter, it shows me the value of radius.
cyberrog posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLHello, I'm building a lisp to add new text based on a standard distance givven by the user. The lisp is: (defun c:myFunction() (setq point (getpoint "Click on start point :")) (setq qtd (getint "\nQuantity of blocks :")) (setq dist (getint "\nDistance :")) (setq x 0 y 0 q 0) (setq pp point) (setq x (car pp)) (while (< q qtd) (setq Text (getstring "Text :")) (command "text" pp "2" "0" Text ) (setq x (+ pp dist)) (setq q (+ q 1)) ) ) But when it asks the Text to be entered, I type it but the following error shows up. error: bad argument type (+ PP DIST) (SETQ X (+ PP DIST)) I think its the type of dist and pp, because one is getint and other is getpoint.