Sep 19, 2011

Lisp : Coordinates with Table

   Coordinates with Table Lisp help you while creating setting out drawing , It will create a coordinate table according to the coordinate points placed in the drawing.


Steps :
  • Load Coordinates Lisp
  • Type Command “CN” to place Increment Coordinate Points


  • If need to create some sub points, Type “CSN” to place Increment Coordinate sub Points. This also allows to create sub points after placing all increment coordinate points.


  •  After placing points type command “CRT” to create Table


  •  Type “A” to select all Points
  • Then Pick a point on your Layout to place table. This will automatically create a table with all coordinates placed under the model space. The coordinates table will automatically create the table with an ascending order.



Specification:
  • It will create new test style “Gen-text
  • It will create an attribute block “CRBLK
  • It will Place Points in new layer “Coordinate Points
  • It will place Table in new layer “Coordinate Table
  • It will automatically change “UCS to World” and back to “previous

Steps to Edit Coordinate Points
  • If the alignment of drawing changed and need to edit some points coordinate value,
  • Move the points according to the setting out,
  • Type command “CRT” to create new edited coordinate table


  • Type “S” to select modified  Points
  • Then Pick a point on your Layout to place new table. This newly table will create only those coordinate values of the changed points.


  • And replace the newly coordinates table values with the existing values.
Note:
  • This Lisp is crated to place coordinate points up to “99” only,  If you have points more than 100, pursue following steps.
  • Coordinate Table lisp will count all “CRBLK” block and extract data of each Block to create Table.
  • Place points up to “99” the run command “CRT” to place table.
  • After that type command “RENAME”  and rename block “CRBLK” to “CRBLK-1”.
  • Then continue placing points from “100”  and run command “CRT” to create new table starting form 100.

Errors:
  • While using  “sub points” order of points may not be in the ascending order, so adjust manually to make it in an ascending order. 



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44 comments:

  1. Hi Bijoy Manoharan. I can't download the file. It said " you need permission to access this item" . How should I do? Do I have to register some membership of the download site or does it require any password?. Please answer @ teerapat.inarm14@gmail.com . Thanks a lot.

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  2. why not have an actual table instead of lines and text

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    2. http://www.cadlispandtips.com/2014/09/tip-extract-attribute-data-to-excel-or.html

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    3. Hi, doesn`t work for Autocad MAC 2015?.

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  3. Many thanks, the lisp file worked a treat :-)

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  4. Hi did any body have coordinates lisp which is making the coordinates table in the auto cad

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  5. hai bijoy , first thanks for ur lisp.i used this program.It is very useful. I need little help from u. i dont need the fraction values for coordinates.Is it possible

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  6. hai bijoy
    i need leader from point to text location, is it possible

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  7. HI BROTHER Thanks for This Lisp. Can you Please add Level with Coordinate so We can Proceed Complete Table.if possible Please update and Notify me on My Mail- imranautocad@yahoo.com
    Thanks & Regards

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  8. Dear sir
    if you have any Lisp for Coordinate we Direct put in Excel if you have Please Update

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  9. its nice ,but need ur help to edit the table and text size ....
    pls

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  10. Many thanks, the lisp file worked a treat :-)

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  11. veryyyyyyyyyy thnnnnnnnnnsssss JOICE CAD i feel very happy with this lisp its amazing brother thnx again

    can it could be possible the arrow is not coming i want points with arrow please give me solution on email
    janghu4@yahoo.com

    AJIT SINGH
    FROM INDIA

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  12. Its very Nice but there is one problem .. after decimal the figure not comes accurate so can u tell me any solution

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  13. hi please cont me my computer not working
    roshan.cyriac@gmail.com

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  14. Bijoy iam searching for the table who automatically getting the rectangular coordinate (Coordinate number A,B,C,D).please help me.My ID is.vipinmachingal@gmai
    l.comThank you.

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  15. Bijoy,

    Thank you for the LISP, It was very helpful. Quick question; I was wondering how I could edit the LISP in order to change the precision of the coordinates in the table, as I would like to display the eastings and northings without three decimal places (i.e. 00000000 instead of 00000000.000).

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated,
    Thanks again,
    Kind regards,
    Scott (email: scott.lang@axismason.com)

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  16. hi bijoy
    I CAN USE THIS AUTO CAD 2014. I TRY BUT NOT WORKING

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  17. For me it works in 2015 perfectly. I would be nice that code has ability to place the blocks at polyline veritices automatically.Thank you!

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  19. its amazing ...thanks
    pls tell me how increase the text sizes in the point annotation please mail me ratrangana88@hotmail.com

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    1. Hi, doesn`t work for Autocad MAC 2015?. Lisp file is only for windows?

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  20. Dear bejoy,
    Bijoy i am looking for multi line fillet Lisp.you have any Lisp ? Amazing work.

    Thanks,
    BM

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  21. is a very good effort, i love i so much. please i will love it to include bearing, distance and area

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  22. I'm trying to find border/titleblock around a survey drawing with the corresponding x-y (Easting/Northing)coordinates displayed across the top and down the left-hand side of the border (looks a bit like some of the standard template title blocks).


    Anyone know this routine and where I can find it?




    Thanks in advance

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  23. Hi,

    Is there anything like that but considering the levels of the points rather than coordinates?

    Regards
    Leandro

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  25. Hi,

    would it be possible to add elevation to the co-ordinates table to produce xyz setting out ?

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  26. Hi,
    unfortunately it doesn't work and it shows up the following error: "error CLAYER VALUE"

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  27. Awesome lsp

    I'm very very thankful for you :)

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  28. Hi there, I was trying to edit your lisp in order to get points coordinates according to a current UCS rather than the world UCS, but I did not succede. I'm sure it is a very stupid mistake in my code. Would you be so kind to explain how to achieve it?

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  29. its really fantastic , thanks for your sharing this file

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  30. It works really good.Thank you soo much..

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  31. I need your help, is there anyway to reduce the amount of decimals that the program shows??

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  32. Hi,

    Thanks for the lisp program, very useful for me. Can you tell me how to control precision dimension (i.e)0.000 to 0.0 or 0.00.

    It'll be helpful for me thanks in advance. If you can notify through mail also no problem for me. Mail id - nagarajan05d63@gmail.com

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