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The Future?
Chapter 1 - The Visual LISP Development Environment
The Visual LISP IDE Toolbars
The VLISP IDE Pull-Down Menus
Comparing AutoLISP to Visual LISP/ActiveX
Exploring Object Properties and Methods
ActiveX vs. DXF?
Selection Sets
Point Lists
Entity Properties
Properties, Methods and Events
Property Relevance
Using Methods
Data Types
Constants and Enumerations
Variants and Safearrays
Interfaces and Type Libraries
Chapter 4 – Debugging Code with Visual LISP
Symbol Service
Goto Line Position
Error Trapping
Visual LISP Error Trapping Functions
Chapter 5 – Working with Projects and Multiple Files
Chapter 6 – Working with Variants and Safearrays
Visual LISP Variant Functions
Variant Data Types
Visual LISP SafeArray Functions
Chapter 7 –Object Manipulation Functions
Chapter 8 –File and Directory Functions
Chapter 9 –Mapping and Iteration Functions
Chapter 10 –Working with Namespaces
Namespace Scoping
Namespace Functions
Chapter 11 –Registry Functions
Chapter 12 – Reactors and Call-Backs
Visual LISP Reactor Functions
Reactor Types
Verifying Reactor Types
Using Object Reactors
Attaching Data to Reactor Objects
Inspecting Reactors Within the VLIDE
Querying Reactors
Transient and Persistent Reactors
Opening Drawings with Persistent Reactors
Reactors and Multiple Namespaces
Guidelines for Using Reactors
Chapter 13 – Making Visual LISP Applications
Why Make VLX Applications?
Building a Simple Application
PRV Files
Chapter 14 – Using ObjectDBX with Visual LISP
What is ObjectDBX?
How to Use ObjectDBX within Visual LISP
Chapter 15 – XDATA and XRECORDs
Working with XDATA
Working with XRECORD Objects
Chapter 16– The AutoCAD Application Object
Chapter 17 – AutoCAD Entities
All Objects – Common Properties
The ARC object
The MTEXT entity
The POINT entity
The POLYLINE entity
The RAY entity
The SOLID entity
The SPLINE entity
The TEXT entity
The TRACE entity
The VIEWPORT entity
The XLINE entity
Chapter 18 – Documents
The Documents Collection
Chapter 19 – The Preferences Objects
The AcadPreferences Collection Object
The DatabasePreferences Object
Reloading a Profile
Chapter 20 – Menus and Toolbars
The MenuBar Object
Getting MenuBar Items
Inserting PopMenus into the MenuBar collection
Removing PopMenus from the MenuBar collection
The MenuGroups Collection Object
The MenuGroup Object
The PopMenus Object
The PopMenu Object
The Toolbars Collection Object
The Toolbar Object
Creating a Toolbar
Chapter 21 – Interfacing with Other Applications
Microsoft Excel
Windows Scripting Host
The FileSystem Object
Windows Messaging and CDONTS
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
Working with Services
Chapter 22 –Using Visual Basic DLLs with Visual LISP
Registering DLLs
Re-Registering DLLs
Chapter 23 – Working With Dialog Forms
Referencing DCL Definitions
Dynamic Dialog Interaction
Controlling Images From Call-Backs
Chapter 24 – Examples of Common Tasks
Example 1 – Dumping a List of Layer Properties
Example 2 – Set All Entities to “ByLayer”
Example 3 – Purge, Audit and Save all Opened Drawings
Example 4 – Zoom Extents and Save all Opened Drawings
Chapter 25 - Changes in AutoCAD 2004
General Changes
Visual LISP Changes
True Color Properties
Changes to the ObjectDBX Interface
Changes to External Referencing of AcadApplication
Changes to AcadPreferences
System Variables
New Commands
Modified Commands (Since AutoCAD 2002)
Tool Palettes
Appendix A - VLAX Enumeration Constants
Appendix B – VLISP IDE Keyboard Shortcuts
Appendix C – Tips & Tricks for Visual LISP
Adding VLX support to the (autoload) function
Saving your VLIDE configuration settings
Recovering DCL Code from VLX Files
Using Projects and DCL with the Make Application Wizard
Team-based VLX Development
Appendix D – Useful Resources
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