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Topic ClosedMeasure multiple line angles

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BrynJon View Drop Down
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Direct Link To This Post Topic: Measure multiple line angles
    Posted: 07.Aug.2015 at 16:59
Hi!!

I was hoping someone could direct me to a LISP routine that would measure the individual angles of multiple lines off the same base line.

Thanks!
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Kent Cooper View Drop Down
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07.Aug.2015 at 18:12
I don't know of one, though it could probably be done.  But more information is needed.  What would you want done with the results?  A bunch of angular Dimensions drawn in?  A series of Text objects or an Mtext object listing the angles?  Each Line's angle as Text written along it or off one end?  Exported to a text file, or maybe a spreadsheet?  Something else?  And in what format would you want the information (degrees/minutes/seconds, decimal degrees, radians, rise-over-run slope, etc.)?
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