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newautocad123
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How can I display the object data of a layer in table format, with VB.net.

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09-17-2012 10:15 PM

How can I display the object data of a layer in table format, with VB.net. or How can I display the attributes of a .SHP file, edit it and also add new point to it.

Please suggest examples url to follow.

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newautocad123
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Re: How can I display the object data of a layer in table format, with VB.net.

09-17-2012 10:15 PM in reply to: newautocad123
FeatIdFeatId1OBJECTIDcitycodeCitynamecountrymintempmaxTempPopulationlatlong
24313567735677101DelhiIndia24810000077.1128.4
24353567835678102BangaloreIndia63228900078.113.2
24393567935679103LondonUK101647800079.09-2
24433568035680104newYorkUS14066700080.08-17.2
24473568135681105AustinUS18-1685600081.07-32.4
24513568235682106BerlinGermany22-32104500082.06-47.6
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Balaji_Ram
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Re: How can I display the object data of a layer in table format, with VB.net.

09-24-2012 08:02 AM in reply to: newautocad123

Sorry, I dont have a ready code snippet to do that.

 

If you are new to AutoCAD API, then I suggest going through the introductory topics available for download here :

http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?siteID=123112&id=16459234

 

Displaying the values after they are retrieved is a general .Net programming topic on which you can find help elsewhere.

 

If you have a specific question related to the AutoCAD API, please post a sample code that you are having problem with.



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