Introduction - get up and go

Discussion in 'AutoCAD' started by Tiss, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. Tiss

    Tiss Guest

    I have Autocad 2005 and program in VB6.

    I want to explore writing applets for AutoCAD.

    Is VBA the better way to go than Lisp ?

    Are there any references / guidelines for beginners ?

    Do I need any more software to write applets ?

    Can any experienced writers offer invaluable 'undocumented' guidance ?

    Many thanks



    Tiss.
     
    Tiss, Jul 7, 2004
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    TomD Guest

    Both have their strong/weak points. If you're already proficient with VB,
    then I'm sure VBA would be easier for most things to you.

    There are a couple of regulars here who have written some tools to utilize
    lisp within VBA. I have not needed to try them, but from reading posts here
    I gather they're quite effective.
    There are a number of tutorial sites, though I haven't seen any
    'comprehensive' ones, yet. I don't have any links handy, but a search
    should get you a number of results.
    No.
     
    TomD, Jul 12, 2004
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