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ethiel
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Book autocad Visual C#

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12-22-2008 04:59 AM
Good morning.

Is there any book which teachs me how to programming autocad in visual C#?.
*Paul Richardson
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Re: Book autocad Visual C#

12-22-2008 05:11 AM in reply to: ethiel

Ethiel, You are on your own for books on autocad
.net. The nice thing is between the labs, docs (arx sdk) and this

group - most of the hard stuff has been
covered. The best advice I can give you is to search from the webbrowser
using

'
size=3>http://www.caddzone.com
' and start reading! Obviously you'll
see lots of good info posted by others along

the way too, and you'll start to use them as a
searchable reference as well.

 

I'm with you though as I like a good
book!


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Good
morning. Is there any book which teachs me how to programming autocad in
visual C#?.
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ethiel
Posts: 8
Registered: ‎12-18-2008
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Re: Book autocad Visual C#

12-22-2008 05:17 AM in reply to: ethiel
Thanks for reply.

I think that there is a specified book for VC# and autocad.

I'm going to start reading. :smileyvery-happy:.
*Paul Richardson
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Re: Book autocad Visual C#

12-22-2008 05:32 AM in reply to: ethiel

As soon as there is one worth reading we'll all
know about it... Just keep reading here for now and

realize the curve is shorter than you think as long
as you' ve taken the time to learn the .net framework

and the language you've choosen.

 

Also check out the videos and tutorials from
Autodesk. Fenton Webb has a video on 'intro to autocad .net'.

I've only watched the beginning and most was in VB
but this doesn't matter as the concepts are the same

in c#. I assume he goes between c# and vb through
out (just squint your eyes on the vb stuff and the pain

goes away...:smileyhappy:)

 


 

 

 

 


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Thanks
for reply. I think that there is a specified book for VC# and autocad. I'm
going to start reading. :smileyvery-happy:.
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szenert
Posts: 43
Registered: ‎03-20-2008
Message 5 of 15 (840 Views)

Re: Book autocad Visual C#

12-22-2008 06:49 AM in reply to: ethiel
I used the book "VB.NET Programming for AutoCAD Customization" by Jerry Winters to get me started, but obviously that uses VB.NET.

A good resource for C# is Kean Walmsley's Autodesk Blog, he posts a great deal of useful code snippets in C#. I usually go there just as a reference and change his code to VB.NET accordingly, but you should be able to get a great deal out of it. The site is http://through-the-interface.typepad.com/through_the_interface/autocad_net/index.html , that will bring up all the posts on one page and let you search for anything you want to find. Can't really help you for just starting out though... besides the advice to always dispose of your transactions. Those buggers can be tricky.
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ethiel
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Registered: ‎12-18-2008
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Re: Book autocad Visual C#

12-22-2008 10:10 AM in reply to: ethiel
No problem. I know VB, VC# and Visual C++ (I'm engineer of computer). The .net don't have misteries.

I have an idea: Is there a specific forum for code?.

It was very useful have all codes together. Edited by: ethiel on Dec 22, 2008 6:12 PM
Active Contributor
szenert
Posts: 43
Registered: ‎03-20-2008
Message 7 of 15 (840 Views)

Re: Book autocad Visual C#

12-26-2008 05:47 AM in reply to: ethiel
I use this site a lot, as well as http://www.theswamp.org and http://forums.augi.com/forumdisplay.php?f=215

They don't really have a specifically C# section, but they don't have a VB.NET section either so you and I are in the same boat. Just register and post when you have questions, people are usually pretty good about answering your questions. Nobody has really been around this week (hmmm, wonder why lol) but normally a lot of people frequent all 3 sites.

Good luck! Edited by: szenert on Dec 26, 2008 8:48 AM
*Paul Richardson
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Re: Book autocad Visual C#

12-31-2008 09:13 AM in reply to: ethiel


Sorry this is not a public video...


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As soon as there is one worth reading we'll all
know about it... Just keep reading here for now and

realize the curve is shorter than you think as
long as you' ve taken the time to learn the .net framework

and the language you've choosen.

 

Also check out the videos and tutorials from
Autodesk. Fenton Webb has a video on 'intro to autocad .net'.

I've only watched the beginning and most was in
VB but this doesn't matter as the concepts are the same

in c#. I assume he goes between c# and vb through
out (just squint your eyes on the vb stuff and the pain

goes away...:smileyhappy:)

 


 

 

 

 


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Thanks
for reply. I think that there is a specified book for VC# and autocad. I'm
going to start reading. :smileyvery-happy:.
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Exmateria
Posts: 215
Registered: ‎11-19-2008
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Re: Book autocad Visual C#

01-06-2012 06:09 AM in reply to: szenert
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SENL1362
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Message 10 of 15 (619 Views)

Re: Book autocad Visual C#

01-06-2012 08:23 AM in reply to: ethiel

 

Stephen Preton from Autodesk Developer Technical Services Team  (DevTech) wrote this:

AutoCAD-NET-Developers-Guide.pdf, 541 pages

Starts with Visual Studio, Covers both C# and VB.NET for AutoCAD 2010

 

 

 

 

 

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