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  1. Hi, As part of job, i need to prepare CAD drawings in AutoCAD (typical show in attachment). I wish to get the coordinates of each line in (x,y). I can extract the numbers using scripting if the file is saved in DXF format. But for that, i need to know the keyword inside DXF file to get the coordinate of each line (start and end). I am attaching the DWG file here. Thanks.Drawing.dwg
  2. Hi, i wish to write a script which can mesh an area in autocad file and then calculate the required section properties. i know full version autocad has the option region>massprop. But i wish to develop this script, so i can get the property in demo cad version too. The link below describes the effort in python, my programming skill is limited to FORTRAN and auto it. so, i wish to know if there are MeshPy equivalents in autoit. Any suggestions are welcome.. thanks https://newtonexcelbach.com/2017/12/09/section-properties-with-meshpy-including-torsion-and-warping/
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