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janossycs
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LISP Global variable -> ObjectARX 2013

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11-23-2012 07:41 AM

Hello,

 

another question: how can I get global string variable for a process then save it? I want to put the LISP global string variable *CI_Ido* into str string variable using the getsym function. I have an rstring, and I want to convert to a string:

 

int rc;
struct resbuf *rb;
string longT,
str;
rc = ads_getsym(_T("*CI_Ido*"), &rb); if (rc == RTNORM && rb->restype == RTSTR) { str = rb->resval.rstring; /* this my question */ if (str.length()==17) { longT = str.substr(14,4) + "." + str.substr(1,4); rb = ads_buildlist(RTSTR, longT, 0); rc = ads_putsym(_T("*CI_Valt*"), rb); ads_rett(); } else { ads_retnil(); } } else { ads_retnil(); } ads_relrb(rb);

 many thanks,

Csaba

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owenwengerd
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Re: LISP Global variable -> ObjectARX 2013

11-23-2012 10:53 AM in reply to: janossycs

What exactly is the problem? Build error? Runtime error? Crash?

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Alexander.Rivilis
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Re: LISP Global variable -> ObjectARX 2013

11-24-2012 10:06 AM in reply to: janossycs

Not string but wstring


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Re: LISP Global variable -> ObjectARX 2013

11-24-2012 02:53 PM in reply to: janossycs

TRY MY SOLUTION

[code]

ACHAR *
/*FCN*/lspfn_setq(ACHAR *variabile,const ACHAR *value)
{ int rc;
  if (variabile==NULL)
      {
          ads_retnil();
         return(variabile);
      };

  struct resbuf *rb;
  rb = ads_buildlist(RTSTR, value, NULL);
  rb.rbnext=nil;
  rc = ads_putsym(variabile, rb);        
  if (RTNORM==ads_retstr(rb->resval.rstring))
    { ads_relrb(rb);
      ads_retstr(value);
      return(value);
    };
  ads_relrb(rb);
  ads_retnil();
  return(NULL);
};


int
/*FCN*/test()
{   int rc;
    struct resbuf *rb;
    ACHAR str2[12];
    rc = ads_getsym(_T("*CI_Ido*"), &rb);
    if (rc!=RTNORM)
          { ads_retnil(); return(rc);};

    iF (rb==NULL)
          { ads_retnil();
            return(RTERROR);
          };

     if (rb->restype != RTSTR)
          { ads_retnil();
            return(RTCAN);
          };

     if (rb->resval.rstring==NULL)
          { ads_retnil();
            return(RTREJ);
          };

     rc=_tcslen(rb->resval.rstring);
     if (rc!=17)
          { ads_retnil();
            return(RTFAIL);
          };
                   // here maximum speed  and codesize it si little
       str2[0]=rb->resval.rstring[14];
       str2[1]=rb->resval.rstring[15];
       str2[2]=rb->resval.rstring[16];
       str2[3]=rb->resval.rstring[17];
       str2[4]=_T('.');  // here maximum  speed  and codesize it si little
       str2[5]=rb->resval.rstring[01];
       str2[6]=rb->resval.rstring[02];
       str2[7]=rb->resval.rstring[03];
       str2[8]=rb->resval.rstring[05];
       str2[9]=_T('\0');
       str2[10]=_T('\0');
       str2[11]=_T('\0');
      lspfn_setq(_T("*CI_Valt*"), str2);
      ads_rett();
      ads_relrb(rb);
      return(RTNORM);
}
[/code]

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janossycs
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Message 5 of 5 (336 Views)

Re: LISP Global variable -> ObjectARX 2013

11-26-2012 01:47 AM in reply to: diagodose2009

The error was: no operator "=" matches this operand.

The wstring type has resolved it, and this one is the easyest way for me, but I will test the 2nd solution and build in.

Maybe you ask why I need ObjectARX for this process, why not enough LISP, because it's a test and I need to compare the results of LISP and ObjectARX.

Thanks for everyone the answer!

 

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