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AutoCAD Crack Keygen was first released in December 1982 as a desktop app running on microcomputers with internal graphics controllers. Before AutoCAD was introduced, most commercial CAD programs ran on mainframe computers or minicomputers, with each CAD operator (user) working at a separate graphics terminal. AutoCAD is also available as mobile and web apps.

Like many commercial CAD programs, AutoCAD was initially developed for engineers and architects. However, it soon became popular with general contractors because it was faster, more efficient and much easier to use than competing products. This success prompted Autodesk to broaden the application beyond its original purpose, resulting in AutoCAD as we know it today.

In addition to standard CAD features, AutoCAD also includes more than 30 specialized tools and applications.


AutoCAD has two main views: 3D model (blocks) and plan. When first loading, AutoCAD opens with the blocks view.

To switch to the plan view, type pl. When the plan view is open, all layers are visible.

One can switch between the plan and block views by clicking on a View Controls symbol in the lower-left corner of the window. By default, only the plan view is visible, but the user can switch to the block view. If the plan view is not visible, select View > New or View > 3D > View Current View > Plan.

Let’s begin the course by clicking on the New icon to open the new drawing. This will allow us to create a new, empty drawing.

Let’s navigate to the main user interface screen where you can find the following:

A bunch of view options with a plus (+) icon.

A drop-down menu that allows you to choose the drawing features you want to include (Geometry, Physics, Topology, and Layers).

The drawing options, which includes things like the paper size, drawing units, and constraints.

A big gray button to the right of the drawing options that opens the Create panel, where you can create the basic elements of your drawing.

On the left side of the drawing window, we have a menu bar that has a down arrow that you can use to open the Document Setup.

The Document Setup contains the following options:

Preferences. By default, the application is open in Read-Only mode. Un-Check the read-only option if you want

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About LISP

LISP (a subset of the ALGOL language) was the first language to be designed for programming interactive systems and remained popular for a long time. LISP syntax is convenient for the use of short programs that manipulate simple structures and do not need to scale to larger data structures.


LISP was introduced in 1966 by John McCarthy. McCarthy had earlier been a student of the first Turing Award winner, Alonzo Church. Although the LISP programming language did not use the lambda-calculus (Church lambda calculus), it was one of the first languages to make this substitution, and the first to support this. The lambda-calculus is also known as the applicative order and is used to define operations in functional programming languages. Lisp syntax uses the following symbols:

single quotes: any character
double quotes: a string (see quotes in Lisp)
parentheses: control structure

In addition to the symbols listed above, the LISP programming language supports the use of the following statements:

(1) A comma separated list of arguments (called arguments)
(2) For loops with a specified condition. The loop begins executing the command it contains and continues as long as the condition is true.
(3) The do loop. The loop executes a list of commands until the condition becomes false.
(4) A statement. Statements consist of a list of words that, when executed, produce the result of the expression.
(5) The print statement, where is a form of the print function.

LISP is often described as a functional programming language because it does not have loops, conditionals or variables. Functions have their own expressions, which are combined using the + operator.

In the following example, the two words “Hello” and “World” are assigned to the words x and y. The words concatenate the arguments (meaning they were each previously separated by a comma) and they are placed between the parentheses. In the end the value of the variable z, is calculated by adding the values of x and y.

(defun add (x y)
(+ x y))

In the following examples, the arguments x, y and z are passed into the function add. The output will be 1.

(add 2

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What’s New in the?

Treat imported blocks like drawings, with built-in editing.

If a drawing is imported from a PDF or an email, you can easily select the imported objects, add or edit attributes, and save or share your drawing with others. You can also add comment notes, add layers, or even use CAD drafting symbols.

Saving merged CAD layers to a drawing:

Never lose your drawings again, when you merge layers together.

AutoCAD 2023 can save merged layers to a drawing as well as merged vector-based files. (video: 1:09 min.)

Expand and collapse layers:

Layers can become so dense in drawings that it’s hard to find the right drawing objects in a large, complex drawing. Now you can collapse and expand all layers at once. (video: 1:21 min.)

Collapse all layers:

Too many layers can make it hard to find specific design objects in large drawings. Now you can collapse all layers into a new “Layer Manager” section in the Layer panel. (video: 1:18 min.)

Customizable layer stacking:

You can now customize the order in which layers are automatically stacked, depending on the order in which you view or edit the layers. (video: 1:29 min.)

New toolbars:

You’ve long been able to use the drawing toolbar for both 2D and 3D views, but now you can have two toolbars—one for 2D and one for 3D views. In addition, you can now customize the auto-hide settings for the 2D toolbar and 3D toolbar. (video: 1:23 min.)

Customizable Text Box drawing options:

If you’re a text box user, you’ll appreciate the new customizations in the Text Box Options dialog box. (video: 1:15 min.)


Lines can now be drawn with the use of grips or without using the mouse. In addition, the Line options, including thickness and pattern selection, have been customized. (video: 1:33 min.)


New radial selection handles, which allow you to select an area with precise control, are now included with rectangle drawing tools. (video: 1:24 min.)


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