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Topic ClosedAutoCAD Plugins

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    Posted: 02.Dec.2013 at 21:29
I am starting a project at school and I want to do it in AutoCAD. I want to know how to start creating a plugin, which ideally is my project. What languages can I use, and what programs can I use to start coding in the eligible languages? Of the languages that would work, which is the best to use, and how can I start using it? 

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