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laki.anu87
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Rules & Formate for the Command_list In Spread Sheet

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02-04-2013 08:58 PM

Hi,

 

Can any one explain me the rules & format for any of the following commands in detail. Need to understand this to customise spread sheet. (These commands are in ace_circuit_builder.xls spread sheet, sheet:3ph_H, coloumn:command _list)

 

(c:ace_cb_multipole  #xyz nil "HDS11" 3 #scl 4 %N=@MOTOR_NUM@)

(c:ace_cb_multipole  #xyz nil (list "HDS11" "HDS21" "HDS21" "HDS21iT") 4 #scl 4 %N=@MOTOR_NUM@)

(c:ace_cb_eval "(setq overloads 1 XL002entity nil)")

(c:ace_cb_rung_spacing nil)

(c:ace_cb_set_wiretype #data 1 0 nil)

(c:ace_cb_eval "(setq overloads 0)") (c:ace_cb_eval "(c:ace_cb_remove XL002entity)")

 

If possible please provide me the necessary documents to understand these commands.

 

 

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Re: Rules & Formate for the Command_list In Spread Sheet

02-05-2013 05:28 AM in reply to: laki.anu87

If you go to the Help pulldown and select Additional Resources\API Help you will find all these commands there.

 

There is no document explaining how to best use the Circuit Builder. I ended up spending two weeks experimenting with it before I understood how to use it properly. It is a bit limited for what I was trying to do but it may help you with your automating of  circuit insertion.

Bob Hanrahan
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laki.anu87
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Re: Rules & Formate for the Command_list In Spread Sheet

02-07-2013 12:55 AM in reply to: laki.anu87

HI Bob,

 

Thank you so much.

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