Mastering AutoCAD 2000 Objects
What's the best way to learn a graphics program? Visually, of course! Based on Sybex's best-selling JumpStart books for technical professionals, AutoCAD 2000 Visual JumpStart is the perfect way to rapidly master the essentials of AutoCAD. In painless, clear language -- and with abundant illustrations -- this book describes the user interface, important features and tools, and provides step-by-step instructions for creating professional-quality drawings. And, it's packed with time-saving tips on how to perform common drawing tasks and use AutoCAD's features to improve your productivity. If you're new to AutoCAD, this is the place to start!
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Understanding the AutoCAD Database
Accessing the Drawing Database
Data Types in a Drawing Database
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16-bit integer AcDb AcDbEntity AcDbObject AcDbText AcDbViewport ACIS ActiveX Automation DXF/AutoLISP Adesk::kTrue angle annotation application arrowhead ASCII associated AutoCAD drawing database Autodesk B-spline binary DXF bitmap block container block table bracket byte calculated chapter characters color coordinate system corresponding create curve custom object database objects default defines dimension line dimension style dimension text display drawing file DXF and AutoLISP DXF class name DXF file DXF group entity name extension line font format function group 70 group code hatch integer DXF key string layer layout block length linetype lineweight multiline n/a Group n/a n/a Group ObjectARX ObjectDBX ActiveX Automation PAPER_SPACE block parameter planar plane plot style pointer polygon mesh polyline properties query real numbers referenced rotation saved segment sequence spline spline curve subclass marker symbol table record text string text style UCSY vertex vertices viewport visual width xdata zero