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Message 1 of 18 (147 Views)

Due to popular demand... Welcome!

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05-17-2005 04:07 PM
AutoCAD 2006 now has a full .NET API delivering the power of ObjectARX and C++ to all .NET languages including VB. And .NET is a more productive application development environment for both C++ and VB programmers.

Start using .NET now--participate in the new AutoCAD .NET discussion group.
*Laurie Comerford
Message 2 of 18 (147 Views)

Re: Due to popular demand... Welcome!

05-17-2005 05:11 PM in reply to: Discussion_Ad
Hi,

Great.

It's nice to get in first.

--

Regards,


Laurie Comerford
www.cadapps.com.au


wrote in message
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AutoCAD 2006 now has a full .NET API delivering the power of ObjectARX and
C++ to all .NET languages including VB. And .NET is a more productive
application development environment for both C++ and VB programmers.

Start using .NET now--participate in the new AutoCAD .NET discussion group.
*Sankar M
Message 3 of 18 (147 Views)

Re: Due to popular demand... Welcome!

05-17-2005 08:40 PM in reply to: Discussion_Ad
Good start

wrote in message
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AutoCAD 2006 now has a full .NET API delivering the power of ObjectARX and
C++ to all .NET languages including VB. And .NET is a more productive
application development environment for both C++ and VB programmers.

Start using .NET now--participate in the new AutoCAD .NET discussion group.
*Darienas
Message 4 of 18 (147 Views)

Re: Due to popular demand... Welcome!

05-17-2005 09:10 PM in reply to: Discussion_Ad
:smileyhappy:


"Sankar M" wrote in message
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Good start

wrote in message
news:4848285@discussion.autodesk.com...
AutoCAD 2006 now has a full .NET API delivering the power of ObjectARX and
C++ to all .NET languages including VB. And .NET is a more productive
application development environment for both C++ and VB programmers.

Start using .NET now--participate in the new AutoCAD .NET discussion group.
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NathTay
Posts: 1,691
Registered: ‎12-15-2003
Message 5 of 18 (147 Views)

Re: Due to popular demand... Welcome!

05-18-2005 12:22 AM in reply to: Discussion_Ad
Excellent, I was beginning to think we were being ignored.

My next wish would be that the .NET SDK is a seperate download from ObjectARX. Even better would be that they are both included seperately on the Software Discs.

Regards - Nathan
*AlmightySR
Message 6 of 18 (147 Views)

Re: Due to popular demand... Welcome!

05-18-2005 04:29 AM in reply to: Discussion_Ad
humpf... show off

;-)



"Laurie Comerford" wrote in message
news:4848344@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hi,

Great.

It's nice to get in first.

--

Regards,


Laurie Comerford
www.cadapps.com.au


wrote in message
news:4848285@discussion.autodesk.com...
AutoCAD 2006 now has a full .NET API delivering the power of ObjectARX and
C++ to all .NET languages including VB. And .NET is a more productive
application development environment for both C++ and VB programmers.

Start using .NET now--participate in the new AutoCAD .NET discussion group.
*Laurie Comerford
Message 7 of 18 (147 Views)

Re: Due to popular demand... Welcome!

05-18-2005 04:31 AM in reply to: Discussion_Ad
Hi,

True -:smileyhappy:

Hopefully some will post something meaningful soon before this degenerates
further.

--


Laurie Comerford
CADApps
www.cadapps.com.au

"AlmightySR" wrote in message
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humpf... show off

;-)



"Laurie Comerford" wrote in message
news:4848344@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hi,

Great.

It's nice to get in first.

--

Regards,


Laurie Comerford
www.cadapps.com.au


wrote in message
news:4848285@discussion.autodesk.com...
AutoCAD 2006 now has a full .NET API delivering the power of ObjectARX and
C++ to all .NET languages including VB. And .NET is a more productive
application development environment for both C++ and VB programmers.

Start using .NET now--participate in the new AutoCAD .NET discussion group.
*Nick Schuckert
Message 8 of 18 (147 Views)

Re: Due to popular demand... Welcome!

05-18-2005 04:32 AM in reply to: Discussion_Ad
Awesome!

Nick Schuckert
Autodesk Product Consultant
*AlmightySR
Message 9 of 18 (147 Views)

Re: Due to popular demand... Welcome!

05-18-2005 04:36 AM in reply to: Discussion_Ad
WEll I posted somethign not so meaningful... I just wanted peoples
impressions on VS 8. I'm a "noobie" to the whole .net stuff


"Laurie Comerford" wrote in message
news:4848643@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hi,

True -:smileyhappy:

Hopefully some will post something meaningful soon before this degenerates
further.

--


Laurie Comerford
CADApps
www.cadapps.com.au

"AlmightySR" wrote in message
news:4848616@discussion.autodesk.com...
humpf... show off

;-)



"Laurie Comerford" wrote in message
news:4848344@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hi,

Great.

It's nice to get in first.

--

Regards,


Laurie Comerford
www.cadapps.com.au


wrote in message
news:4848285@discussion.autodesk.com...
AutoCAD 2006 now has a full .NET API delivering the power of ObjectARX and
C++ to all .NET languages including VB. And .NET is a more productive
application development environment for both C++ and VB programmers.

Start using .NET now--participate in the new AutoCAD .NET discussion group.
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RolandF
Posts: 172
Registered: ‎11-19-2003
Message 10 of 18 (147 Views)

Re: Due to popular demand... Welcome!

05-18-2005 04:37 AM in reply to: Discussion_Ad
Good idea!
I'm happy to see a .NET Group now at Autodesk ;-)

Roland

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