I like it very much, thanks for BIG help.!
You';re welcome tdcad. I like it too.
Good to know we were able to get this over with Enjoy.
That LISP is a very very slick and nice way to get the BOM for the
blocks. I was wondering if you know how to write those
into a text box / field / attribute list so that it will show up
somewhere on the drawing (either pre-defined or to insert a new
table). I have been looking for a way to accomplish this but was
unable to. Your lisp accomplishes all but one of what I need to do -
add it to the face of the drawing.
I 've been trying to use the data extraction wizard an add-in for
text fields but that had mixed results and would not work for all I
am trying to do.
Saw your code, its really cool
Im trying to help a friend out in similar situation, im kinda new with LISP myself
He wants to do something similar to this code you generated..
If you can see the attachment..
He wants a lisp to make a similar table, and at the same time update the marks (labels) for each block
So if he copies that block over and changes the length of it, it makes renames the Mark to S-2, S-3 and so on
At the same point it can create that chart showing how many S-1's you have etc..
Would be glad if you can help out!
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