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Chapter 22. Introduction to AutoLISP Pro... > Using AutoLISP for Keyboard Macros

Using AutoLISP for Keyboard Macros

Many of the most useful AutoLISP macros are as simple as C:ZO, which was defined in the previous section. Other macros, although performing more involved tasks, are extensions of the simple macro model represented by C:ZO. An AutoLISP macro, for example, may call a series of commands as shown later in this section, start a command or provide pre-determined responses to one or more command prompts that allow the user to finish the command sequence interactively.

The following is an example of an AutoLISP macro that calls more than one AutoCAD command:


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