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Lot Numbers
Tip# 2183 By Dean Davis On 01-Feb-2007
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Categories : Notes/Text
Software type : AutoCAD
Rename File To : Tip 2183: LOTNO.LSP
Routine automates labeling/numbering of lots in a site survey.

Back to the concept that good LISP lasts a long time -- Lot Numbers (Tip #2183) by Dean Davis has a comment dating this function back to 1991. After loading the LISP code, type LOTNO at the Command line. This code is specifically written for labeling lots in a site survey, so the first prompt asks for the string prefix. Next, it requests the starting number. From that point on, all you have to do is locate points and the function draws in the text that contains the prefix and the number. Each time you create a new text object, the number is incremented by one. Good LISP just keeps on running.



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