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How to start a dialog-version of a command from macros?

A - answer AutoCAD commands invoked from macros, menus and LISP applications are usually started in their non-dialog versions.
If you want to display (start) a dialog of the given command, call - before calling the command itself - the LISP function (initdia) (influences only the next command invoked).
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