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CAB

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What parameters would I need to accomplish this?
« Reply #15 on: February 25, 2005, 02:38:28 PM »
Daron the above routine gives you the wall lengths without user input as requested.
The formula is (/ total_line_length 2)
The length is correct but there will be some mismatch when it come to corners.
Wall A will be 5" shorter and wall B will be 5" longer in the actual corner.
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why a *.dwg is need , to my opinion.
« Reply #16 on: February 25, 2005, 05:17:27 PM »
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DevitG, I don't see how dropping a drawing file will do anything. Take three lines in a non-closed box, offset them, clean them up and try to programmatically get the length of the center-line of the walls. No snap-points, no user interaction, except ssget.


Just because is easy to work on a done work, if us want to colaborate, why not to facilitate it.

Not all us use the same way to draw.

I lear that you get a fast answer when you state ALL your problem , and the dwg should be the best way to state.
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Hi Daron , could you upload the dwg on the lilly pound ??


I did not say

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Daron put the dwg

You are free to post it or not.

Hope you understand my point of view.

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What parameters would I need to accomplish this?
« Reply #17 on: February 28, 2005, 09:45:16 AM »
Devit, I do understand. CAB,  I thank you for your work. I did not see your post previous to my last one. I do believe I was writing mine around the same time you posted yours. I didn't see it. I'll have a look at it. Thanks.