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How To Extract Data In A File

shekar.mech

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There Are 2500 Horizontal Lines (2d X-y Plane) In My Drawing ,i Need Y-coordinate Of Starting Point Of Each Line And Length Of Each Line In A Data File, That Can Be Exported To A C-program. Thank You In Advance.
 

GUIBA

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that could help!

I know a way to do that, you have to do that 2 things; select all lines that you want to see, write ( LI ) and enter, than gonna open a pop window, in there gonna be all start and end point of all your lines the only thing you have to do after that is copy the history.
I hope that works to you...
 

GUIBA

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Well, that is a way to that! I don't know why but my last post didn't appear here... So you have to select all lines that you want to know the Length, start and end point... and press ( LI in command line ) than press ENTER, after that will pop a window with that numbers, to see all lines you have to continue pressing ENTER. At the end you can copy the history.
I hope that works for you....
 

GUIBA

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So I don't really know if is that you want, but....

There Are 2500 Horizontal Lines (2d X-y Plane) In My Drawing ,i Need Y-coordinate Of Starting Point Of Each Line And Length Of Each Line In A Data File, That Can Be Exported To A C-program. Thank You In Advance.
After select all lines that you want length and starting point you write in a command line " LI " than enter, after that will pop a window with a that numbers, continue to press enter to see all numbers.

I hope that helps...
 

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