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Frequency analysis of drawing texts.

A - answer For a quick overview of the repeat frequency of texts in your drawing and for a quick spotting of duplicate texts you can use the free utility CADstudio TextFreq.

After you load it (_APPLOAD) and start the TEXTFREQ command, select the text objects (or All) and the function displays a table with the number of occurrences of each text string (descending by number, split duplicate/unique) - e.g.:

Command: TEXTFREQ
Select texts to analyze:
Select objects: 19 selected

Total 19 texts selected
Text frequency analysis of 8 unique texts (descending):
--------------------------------------------------------
repeating - the mother of wisdom     11
hello ..........................     2
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alphabet .......................     1
beta ...........................     1
beta1 ..........................     1
Mary had a little lamb\Pwhose fl     1
mylabel.........................     1
This drawing cannot be copied wi     1
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(duplicate texts are highlighted)
You can download the TextFreq add-on application from www.cadstudio.cz/download
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See also:
Tip 12803:How to add double line-spacing to AutoCAD paragraphs?
Tip 12760:Replace texts with blocks of the same name - Txt2Ref.
Tip 12685:ReLinkField - re-link fields to source objects.
Tip 12616:Att2elev - move block to elevation specified by its attribute.
Tip 12526:BufZone - buffer zones and wipeouts around AutoCAD line objects.


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