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    Hi all,
    I am very new to AutoLISP. I found 14 lessons by Dave Pitzer on AutoCAD website very cool. It's so easy that I could cover all the chapters by 3 days. I found it staright forward and easy to understand. Many thanks to Dave and all LISPers here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Opie
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    Wow! I consider myself pretty good at researching online, but every site posted is new to me. I'm impressed that so many were found by you all that I never came across. I guess I should have put more effort into it. Thanks again!

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    Hello,

    You can check out http://www.dailyautocad.com/autolisp/

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    Quote Originally Posted by orhan View Post
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    You can check out http://www.dailyautocad.com/autolisp/

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    In autolisp pseudo codes are needed? Thanks.

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    This thread is awesome...Thanks for the recommended sites that y'all had given.

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    While a bit dated (AutoCAD 2004) the ebook "Visual LISP Developer's Bible" is still available for download. It focuses more on Visual LISP / ActiveX than pure AutoLISP. You can get it at http://sites.google.com/site/visuallispbible/

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    One of the good starting point is the book ABC's of AutoLISP by George Omura. You can download book ABC's of AutoLISP by George Omura at following link:
    ABC's of AutoLISP
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