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Ignoring the fact that decompilers exist will not make them go away. baltang36 is posting methods to improve compilations through the use of better programming methods and information. Meaning: use the knowledge (s)he is posting to improve your programs/methods/etc. so your compiled programs are harder to decompile.
Thank you for your understanding
VB(A) / How to loop through each Table in ModelSpace?
« Last post by Bugman1400 on March 27, 2020, 04:16:29 PM »
Looking to loop through all the Tables in ModelSpace from Excel and MsgBox value of Cell A3 in each Table. At this point, I've already got the .dwg open in ModelSpace.
Hi  kpblc. Thank you for the replay.I dont know how to do it. Can you fix it?. Thanks
i don't think this very thread is about cracking
it is about protecting, a kind of...
i find it quite useful
You don't understand me at all. I study conservation, not destruction. It is true that decompilation exists, and I want it to fail!

Please be patient with my frank questions.

1- If you are really working against decompilation, how could you know the return of functions as you already described in this thread without practicing decompilation yourself?

2- How can I trust what you have described and explained in this thread is not the opposite way for crackers to facilitate their process?
Can you give us a real example proving that ( question No. 2) ?

Finally, I believe that you are trying to get fame in this community for private messages requests asking you for decompliations and of course with paid fees which means that you are lurking behind a very transparent curtain that can't stand for too long for all users to get that truth.

You are not working against me because I don't have any complied programs yet but such a conduct cracks me up and I have seen many professional users publishing their applications for a few dollars and what you are presenting is against humanity and not only against their people's income.

Reverse engineering is not welcome anywhere.

Thank you kpblc but in long sectrions divide Y by 10. Can you add this change ?

Code - Auto/Visual Lisp: [Select]
  1.  (setq XSTR (rtos (nth 0 ITEM) 2 2)
  2.           YSTR (rtos (/ (nth 1 ITEM) 10) 2 2)
At what function? In case I've got some time and power I'd rewrite all this code. And I think you can do it by yourself :)
any other options?
AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Re: Change colors 6 to 27 and 5 to 25.
« Last post by jtoverka on March 27, 2020, 12:45:47 PM »
who can help me with a lisp which automatically changes these colors to the new colors in lines/hatches as blocks

Do you need all objects in the drawing to be converted? Even the graphics inside blocks? Or exclusively to graphics inside blocks? The code below will do everything in the drawing outside of block definitions. If you need it to do block definitions, let me know.

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((lambda ( / ent elist)
  (setq ent (entnext))
  (while ent
    (setq elist (entget ent '("*")))
    (if (assoc 62 elist)
          ((= 6 (cdr (assoc 62 eList)))
                '(62 . 27)
                (assoc 62 elist)
          ((= 5 (cdr (assoc 62 eList)))
                '(62 . 25)
                (assoc 62 elist)
    (setq ent (entnext ent))
AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Change colors 6 to 27 and 5 to 25.
« Last post by frankavoort on March 27, 2020, 12:20:14 PM »

Who can help me with color changes.

My company has many old drawings with blocks.
These drawings contain lines/solids and hatches in color Magenta/index color 6 and Blue/index color 5.

In every old drawing that we gonna use for future new drawings I need to convert these two colors to our new style index color 25 and 27

who can help me with a lisp which automatically changes these colors to the new colors in lines/hatches as blocks

color Magenta/index color 6 > must become index color 27.
color Blue/index color 5 > must become index color 25.

Thanks in advance,


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