Total number of pages: 206
Total Hours: 32
The purpose of this training guide is to provide students with a solid foundation in AutoLISP. They write a number of AutoLISP routines, many of which are useful building blocks for future AutoLISP work. Some of these programs simply need to be typed in; for others you need to create the steps yourself. Students learn the commands of AutoLISP and to begin to think in AutoLISP, to debug their programs, translate the solution to a problem in terms of AutoLISP, and use good techniques that are easily understandable. Students use AutoCAD’s built-in Visual LISP editor to write the AutoLISP code, and learn many of its helpful features for formatting, checking, and debugging their routines.
Knowledge of AutoCAD 2000 is recommended.