Plz let me if u solved u problem of island in polygon if u have the solution in lisp or in autocad vba plz give me or explain how to solve same problem in autocad
This is select object inside a polygon having more steps in its boundary i can get the object from this type of polygons see the attachment for drawing file
I was able to change the mutiple lines into one LWPOLYLINE with the PEDIT commmand. Then use the Open / Close function. This seems to have closed the polyline and made the Polyline one line with mutiple vertex's rather then mutiple line segments.
I had the same problem with link 7.1 in autocad 2008. I will try the list command next time. When I had the problems, I was making sure the polyline was closed when using the pedit command. Can it still be closed and not be a lwpolyline? The only thing that helped me was to leave a slight gap also. Even if the line was not a lwpolyline, how does leaving a small gap change that?
I'm not an Autocad expert - that part of the question may be better on the Autocad board. That said - I do believe a polyline can be closed and not be a LWPOLYLINE. Also for FMDesktop it is not recommend leaving gaps as errors can occur in hatching / reporting, just like when you use the BPOLY command on an open polyline it cannot hatch the space. However in Autocad a three sided polyline can report AREA as Autocad will programmatically close the polyline to get the AREA. So by leaving a gap Autocad may see the polylines AREA and connect to the DB – but reporting errors may occur. Also it should not be relied on but Facility Link will check to see if a polyline is open and may correct it.
By leaving a gap, I mean that I don't draw the segment that connects the island to the perimeter of the space directly on top of the segment that connects the perimeter of the space to the island. I've attached a crude and exaggerated illustration. It is a closed polyline, just not completely accurate because we're losing a fraction of a square foot of net area by doing it that way. I know it's not the way it's supposed to work but I didn't have time to figure out what I was doing wrong.