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How to find missing numbers in a series of numbered blocks?

A - answer If you have an AutoCAD DWG drawing with a series of numbered parcels, doors or terminal pins and you want to find forgotten (missing) numbers in this numeric series, you can use the CADstudio srxText utility and its command SRXMISSING.

So you can quickly identify problems in hundreds of blocks or texts.

Download srxText, load it with APPLOAD and start the SRXMISSING command. It works like this (your answers in bold):

Find texts missing from an numeric interval (no replacements)
Interval start: 100
Interval end: 999
Search Layer/< All>: ENTER
Search Selected/< All>: ENTER
Number of searched entities: 900
Number of found entities: 897
Missing numbers from the interval 100-999:

See srxText

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5.4.2011    3559x  
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See also:
Tip 9265:RENAME on steroids - complex renaming of AutoCAD objects.
Tip 7892:How to find blocks with an empty (not-filled-in) attribute?
Tip 7673:How to search/replace tabs in texts?
Tip 7241:Searching text in DWG drawings (without AutoCAD).
Tip 4136:How to add thousands separators in AutoCAD numbers?

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