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March 07, 2013

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Kotaa Krishna Kamath

Very nice Article must read for all Lisp developers

ralphg

Thank you for the extensive update. It is nice to see a CAD vendor doing what its customers want, rather than trying to direct them towards untested or unwanted futures.

Bill DeShawn

Why am I have an age-old LISP problem with (command "_.line" pause pause "")? Well, I got out of BricsCAD and got back into it, and now it's just fine. Now I know I might have to do that from time to time.

Rakesh Rao

Bill,

That should not happen from time to time. If it has happened any time, it means the Lisp engine probably got unstable because of some other part of your code which you need to check. The line of code that you show above looks perfectly fine.

Best Regards
Rakesh Rao

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