Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

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*ffejgreb
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create a new ucs

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12-18-2003 02:31 PM
I've searched for the answer but what I found I can't make work. In a routine I am trying to write, I need to establish a new ucs. I have variables saved that I would like to use as the x, y and z values of the new ucs, but it won't accept them. How do I do this? TIA, Jeff
*Doug Broad
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Re: create a new ucs

12-18-2003 02:35 PM in reply to: *ffejgreb
Show us what you have tried. "ffejgreb" wrote in message news:3fe22ac5_5@statler... > I've searched for the answer but what I found I can't make work. In a > routine I am trying to write, I need to establish a new ucs. I have > variables saved that I would like to use as the x, y and z values of the new > ucs, but it won't accept them. How do I do this? > > TIA, > > Jeff > >
*ffejgreb
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Re: create a new ucs

12-18-2003 03:18 PM in reply to: *ffejgreb
After further fiddling, I got it to work. What was happening apparently was one of the variables I created was created incorrectly. I have corrected that and was able to get this to work: (command "_.ucs" "n" (list Var1 Var2 Var3)) No actual variables were used or harmed in the creation of this function. Thanks
*Doug Broad
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Re: create a new ucs

12-18-2003 04:00 PM in reply to: *ffejgreb
Glad you got it working. "ffejgreb" wrote in message news:3fe23848$1_2@statler... > After further fiddling, I got it to work. What was happening apparently was > one of the variables I created was created incorrectly. I have corrected > that and was able to get this to work: > > (command "_.ucs" "n" (list Var1 Var2 Var3)) >
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