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Get point of when there are no entities selected.

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Lee Chu Chu

I have this code:

 

(setq PT1 (getpoint))
(setq PT2 (getpoint PT1))
(command "LINE" PT1 PT2)
(command) 
(setq obj1 (entget (entlast)))
       (setq ent (car (nentsel "\nSelect Entity: \n")))
(cond 
	((/= ent nil)
		(setq obj2 (entget ent))
                       (command "chamfer" obj ent)
               )
               ((= ent nil)
                       (setq PT3 (getpoint ent))
                       (command "LINE" PT2 PT3)
               )
        )
)

 

Its supposed to be able to draw a line when if there is no entity it draws the line up till that point where I tried to select the entity. However when I execute this code, it will state that I have an inappropriate data type. How should I modify the code to be able to draw the line from the last point to the point of which I tried to select an entity if an entity doesn't exist at that particular point?

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hanhphuc

Its supposed to be able to draw a line when if there is no entity it draws the line up till that point where I tried to select the entity. However when I execute this code, it will state that I have an inappropriate data type. How should I modify the code to be able to draw the line from the last point to the point of which I tried to select an entity if an entity doesn't exist at that particular point?

 

i prefer IF statement (your code using cond)

 

example

(if ent
 (alert "Do chamfer")
 (alert "Draw line")
 ) ;_ end of if

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Try this:

 

(defun c:test ( / pt1 pt2 obj1 ent PT3)
   (setq PT1 (getpoint))
   (setq PT2 (getpoint PT1))
   (command "_LINE" "_non" PT1 "_non" PT2 "")
   (setq obj1 (entlast))
   (setq ent (entsel "\nSelect Entity: \n"))
   (setq PT3 (cadr (grread T)))
   (if ent 
       (command "_chamfer" obj1 ent)
       (command "_LINE" "_non" PT2 "_non" PT3 "")
   )
)

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