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    Posted: 18.Oct.2013 at 17:15
Hello to everyone.
I have not found anywhere else to ask, so if anyone can move my question I appreciate it.
I'm trying to download a LISP routine to AutoCAD, but I can't. I've done the registration on the site, but have no answer.
Could someone show me how to download the file "Breakpls" for AutoCAD? Or perhaps send me the file, I dunno ...
Excuse me anything.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18.Oct.2013 at 17:36
Unfortunately BreakPls is "CS+" type of utility available only through the paid Helpdesk server (currently only for Czech and Slovak customers of the CAD Studio company). Please send me a direct e-mail to webmaster @ cadstudio.cz - I will look if we can do something about it...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18.Oct.2013 at 18:38
Hi I'm Brvno.
I'm trying to download the file to AutoCAD called Breakpls.
But, actually what I really want is a lisp routine that breaks lines, polylines, etc., at the intersections. I have a routine that can create multiple points in intersections, and what I was missing was something that was broken lines.
If you have any ideas, I appreciate it.
Thank you.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18.Oct.2013 at 18:41
A simple Internet search could easily turn up several different lisp routines capable of breaking lines and polylines at intersections.
"Humans have a strength that cannot be measured. This is John Connor. If you are reading this, you are the resistance."

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18.Oct.2013 at 19:01
Ok, but there are many lines!
I have not found anything yet. If you can show me some routine, thank you.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18.Oct.2013 at 19:28
So, there are many lines.  Isn't that why you are looking for a lisp routine and not trying to do it yourself?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18.Oct.2013 at 19:33
I have no idea how to make a lisp routine.
But because of this, I'm already studying a book I downloaded from the internet.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18.Oct.2013 at 19:37
Just do a search for a lisp routine called BRL.lsp by a guy who went by the name Fixo or Hallex.  Should be easy enough to find.

Mever mind, I saved you the trouble.  Download the file attached.  Rename it by removing the .TXT I added to the end.  Use APPLOAD to load the routine and type BRL to start the program.  Select your lines when prompted to then stand back...the program will do the dirty work for you.

Remember: Be careful what you ask for.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18.Oct.2013 at 20:21
Thank you, anyway!
Sorry for bothering you.
I will study and try to create my own routines.
I work doing survey material making budgets, and I already have some ideas of a routine.
Thank you so much!
(And I'm sorry for my english)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18.Oct.2013 at 20:23
I'm not sure why you are apologizing.  You asked for a lisp routine.  I found one for you.  I even attached it to my last post.  There isn't anything more I can do for you except say "You're welcomed."  It works, I know, I tested it before I uploaded it.  Go have fun.
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