Dealing mainly with means of creating automated workstations (or CAD systems) based on the AutoCAD system this text analyzes the problem of adapting a workplace to fit the concrete plans of the designer from a number of angles, and provides a detailed description of the AutoLISP language. Methods for working in a Visual LISP environment, which allows you to compile and debug programs written in AutoLISP, are provided. And methods for creating user menus including pull-down menus, context menus, on-screen menus, and toolbars and for planning dialog boxes in applications are thoroughly examined. Key features include: a discussion of typical designing and programming tasks of AutoCAD developers and essential problem-solving information and useable example codes; a detailed review of the AutoLISP programming language; use of the Diesel language to create all necessary control elements for user menus; and practical, concise, real-world advice and examples.All brand names and product names mentioned in this book are trademarks or service marks of their respective companies. ... AutoCAD Developera#39;s Guide to Visual LISP By N. Poleshchuk ISBN: 1-58450-091-3 Printed in the United States ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||AutoCAD Developer's Guide to Visual LISP|
|Publisher||:||БХВ-Петербург - 2001|