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  1. TekenaarNL

    txt to excel LISP

    Hi, I have been searching for a lisp to export txt to excel. Every lisp i've come across doesn't quite cut it. We use AutoCAD LT 2013 and AutoCAD 07. I want from every txt object (of a certain layer) the content + the X and Y coordinates. Hope that you guys cab help me out. Greetz, TekenaarNL
  2. Hi , I have this in my mind for a while and I know it's possible but I don't know how:cry: I am looking for a lisp to link 2 blocks ( to create a relationship). I have a block "Premises" and another block for " EnclosureBox". I want to " link" a few premises to the enclosure box and then to be able to extract theenclosurebox with the premises included. I will try to attach also the file Many thanks
  3. Is there a quick and practical way to get X & Y values on a polyline other than by way of "LIST". because I need the X & Y value just like the 2nd image. Thank you Master. img 1 : https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1KbDu2x_byvU2F6NlpvNWJrU0k img 2 : https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1KbDu2x_byvVE9qdmpBLWcxWHM
  4. I work for a utility company and we developed a system to export data from a database that contains information (UTM locations and identifier tag numbers) about utility poles on our system, then we converted that data into a .csv file and used a LISP file to import that data into AutoCAD where it would place a block in the correct position on a landbase map according to its UTM coordinates. We first started using this LISP file on AutoCAD Map 3D 2007 (also worked with standard AutoCAD 2007 as well) and continued to use it successfully for all versions up until 2017. When we recently updated
  5. Hi all, I'm hoping you can help. I require a lisp file that can count the number of blocks in a drawing and calculate the total area of say a polyline that is in each block and plot it in a table format? Can anyone point me in the right direction please? Thanks Peter
  6. Hello all, I would like to change the dimensions measured by 1/2" on panels measured within our acad drawings as we order materials 1/2" shorter. To date, we manually dimension each item drawn several hundred times and decrease the dimension by 1/2" again and again. Obviously, this is not efficient and prone to human error. Can anyone tell me the lisp code or alternate method to do this? I've researched this and it generally becomes an argument as to why anyone would want to show an inaccurate measurement without an answer. As a side note, I don't really have any practical knowledge of lisp f
  7. After spending waaaay too much time looking for a board and batten hatch pattern for vanilla ACAD, I found this in a Revit forum: *Board & Batten, 2.5" Batten at 16" o.c. ;%TYPE=MODEL 90, 0, 0, 16, 16, 16 90, 2.5, 0, 16, 16, 16 Doesn't work for vanilla ACAD, though. Since I don't know the first thing about LISP programming (somehow it is never as 'easy' as the people who say, "Oh, it's easy!" claim), would anyone be kind enough to help me figure out what needs to change to be a regular ol' AutoCAD .pat?
  8. Hi boys and girls! I have a good one for you... I have a set of LISP routines (around 20 of them), which I use pretty much all the time. I used to autoload them into each drawing using either StartUp suit (if I was lazy), or by ACADDOC.lsp, if StartUp suit was glitching... Never had a problem. However, I've just had my CAD upgraded from 2011 to 2013, and SOME of my LISP files simply won't autoload, whatever I do! About half of them... I've tried StartUp suit. I've tried creating autoload functions within both ACADDOC.lsp and ACAD.lsp. I even tried to copy ALL codes from ALL files i
  9. Hello, I'm an AutoLISP newbie and I need to iterate through a folder of .DWG files, running a lisp on each file one at a time with no prompts to the user. Can this be done in AutoLISP? Here is the lisp that will be run on each file: ;delete_layers_except (vl-load-com) ;(defun c:demo (/ aDoc name) (setvar 'Clayer "0") (repeat 4 (vla-purgeall (setq aDoc (vla-get-ActiveDocument (vlax-get-acad-object))))) (vlax-for itm (vla-get-layers aDoc) (if (and
  10. (defun c:bhy() (setvar "cmdecho" 0) (graphscr) (setq fd (open "c:\\CAD\\BHY.txt" "r") info (read-line fd) ) (while (/= info nil) (setq eas (atof (substr info 4 13)) nor (atof (substr info 15 12)) ipt (list eas nor) fi (atoi (substr info 27 3)) ba (atof (substr info 31 3)) x (fix ba) y (fix (* (- ba x)10)) xs (itoa x) ys (itoa y) ) (command "insert" "Bathy" ipt 1 1 0 xs ys fi) (setq info (read-line fd)) ) (close fd) (princ) )
  11. I'm new to AutoCAD LT, and it's been ten years since I used any CAD software- and it was MiniCAD that I used. I remember in that program that we used to use a linetype with directional arrows interspersed in it for showing things like flow direction, but I can't find it in LT. Also, that program didn't use lisp files- so I have no idea what I'm doing with one, how to make it, program it into LT, etc. Can anyone tell me step-by-step from the beginning how I would go about creating (or finding already created) this linetype?
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