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Hi, everyone I am trying to draw

Hi, everyone I am trying to draw

Hi, everyone I am trying to draw

(OP)
Hi, everyone

I am trying to draw a simple graph with lisp, but with very small lengths values, start points are the previous ones

can anybody help?



(defun c:simp ()

(setq start (getpoint "\n select point"))


(setq n (getint "enter n:"))
(setq deltalist nil)

(repeat n
(setq delta (getdist "/lengths"))
(setq deltalist (append deltalist (list delta)))
)
(setq ct 0)
(repeat n
(setq deltax (nth ct deltalist))
(setq pt1 (list (+ (car start) deltax) (cadr start)))
(setq pt2 (list (+ (car start) deltax) (+ (cadr start) 3)))
(command "line" start pt1 "")
(command "line" pt1 pt2 "")
(setq ct (+ 1 ct))
)
)

RE: Hi, everyone I am trying to draw

AutoCAD will use the current object snaps while executing the lisp, so for points close together, the "endpoint" osnap may be affecting point/line placement.

It's best to control osnaps within the lisp, such as by (setvar "osmode" "0")
Actually you should capture current osmode, set the osmode for routine, then restore osmode setting at end of routine.

RE: Hi, everyone I am trying to draw

(OP)
thanks a lot. yes problem solved with osnap mode

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