Cad Scripting Languages To Download

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  • blu is a new scripting language with an interesting syntax. It is an interpreted language that will in the future be able to accomplish many tasks.

    • blu Scripting Language
    • bluscript
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 4 Kb
    • N/A
  • Dook is an embedded scripting language for Java platform. It is small and easy.

    • dook-0.9.0-java.tar.gz
    • dook
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 214 Kb
    • Windows; Mac; Linux
  • Esla is a very simple C++ scriptinglanguage that can be embedded within an application or a numerical code. New language keywords can easily be programmed and added to the core. ..

    • Esla.tgz
    • esla
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 134 Kb
    • N/A
  • Formiga is a programming language based in Apaches Ant. The main difference between Ant and Formiga (Ant in Catalan) is that Formiga is aimed to be used as a scriptinglanguage for new or existing. ..

    • formiga
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 229 Kb
    • Windows; Mac; Linux
  • Intend C is a light-weight scriptinglanguage for linux. The languageFallout new vegas nail gun. uses a syntax and library similar to that of ANSI C, but adds automatic memory management, pseudo-classes and runtime polymorphism on top of that. It is an evolution of Arena. ..

    • intend-1.0.0-RC1.tar.bz2
    • intendc
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 972 Kb
    • BSD; Linux
  • JSPP is an untyped, java-like scripting language designed to be embedded in applications. It's written in C and can be compiled on VC/Win, Tandem (HP Non-Stop), and Linux.

    • jspp
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 458 Kb
    • Windows; Linux
  • Nesla is the complete object-based scriptinglanguage written in just a few thousand lines of ansi c. It's portable, thread-safe, flexible, embeddable, expandable and easy to understand (as a language and as an. ..

    • nesla-0.9.3.tar.gz
    • nesla
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 275 Kb
    • Windows; BSD; Linux
  • PIXES is a scripting language with a focus on SQL by using statements defined by XML tags. The tags are executed by a Java-based interpreter.

    • pixes
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 2.39 Mb
    • Windows; Mac; Linux
  • Posl provides a framework which allows you to define a simple prefix based scriptinglanguage. Due to it's modular nature, you are able to expressly define the specific capabilities of the. ..

    • posl-beta-0_4.jar
    • monkeycoderx
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 56 Kb
    • N/A
  • Tcl ScriptingLanguage Components (Tslc) for Delphi. Drag~n~Drop, Double~Click Command Creation, Var Tracing, Channel Creation, and more. Comprehensive BDE support and visual Tk widgets on the. ..

    • tslc
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 1.87 Mb
    • Windows
  • Script is a tiny scriptinglanguage, build as a C++ library than can be included to any program. It posses a Pascal-like syntax, which is easy to read, and very easy do change in run-time of Script. Script allows you to define everything you can. ..

    • source.tar.gz
    • scriptlang
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 26 Kb
    • Linux
  • COCOM is a toolset to help creation of compilers and interpreters. The part of COCOM is an interpreter of high level scriptinglanguage DINO oriented on the same domain of applications as famous languages perl, tcl and. ..

    • cocom-0.996.tar.gz
    • cocom
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 4.42 Mb
    • Windows; BSD; Linux


A script is a text file with command or a script call on each line. You can invoke a script at startup or run a script using either the SCRIPT or the SCRIPTCALL command. The difference is that the SCRIPTCALL command can execute nested scripts in addition to commands. With the SCRIPT command, if a script is currently active when the SCRIPT command is invoked, the script is stopped. Can you suggest me any good book to learn about scripting? Which will give good idea about ocean scripting and other scripting command which is useful for PVT and number of simulations. If you know any ebook or material then please let me know. If you have ebook CAD Scripting Languages By Quan Nguyen then please provide me. AutoCAD) Inventor will have a lot of similarities. Second, it’s very flexible in how you acces s the programming interface so you can choose your favorite programming language and integrate with other applications.

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Hello, I'm going to talk today about a subject dear to my heart, programming languages and AutoCAD.
AutoCAD is dear to my heart because I worked with it for very long, about 20 years. At first, I drew lines that were supposed to represent real things. This is typically how the draftsman and AutoCAD work, creating geometric objects representing real objects. Thus, a double line represents a wall in architectural drawing. We know this because a wall is conventionally represented as such. We are sure that this is not a pipe, because it is virtually impossible that a pipe is located here on the plan, without putting the building in danger of collapsing. This tells a lot about the empiricism of the method ..
This approach has limitations. It can lead to misinterpretations. It assumes that the draftsman, and all those who read his plan, know about the industry, conventions and symbols to represent reality.
For many years, it was the only way to work when people did not yet have computers. No other solution than the good old drawing board.
The 2D Computer Aided Design has long been the standard in computer drafting. Things have started moving when we could assemble some primary objects such as lines, and make a block of them. Then give it a name. But we still stayed in the symbolic field.
Much later, we started using 3D CAD, particularly in the field of mechanics, and later, in the field of architecture. The idea then came to no longer represent and manipulate only the primary objects and clusters of primary objects such as blocks, but actually existing objects such as walls, windows, furniture, etc. We began to give intelligence to objects .. I leave you to ponder on the end of this sentence.
Of course, these real-world objects were virtually always represented by a set of geometric primary objects. It can not be otherwise. We can not fit an entire building in the memory of a computer, as powerful as it may be. Do not believe what they tell you, the Building Object Model (BOM), does not exist yet ..
But what this has to do with programming? For I can feel impatience in your eyes.
Programming a computer is writing a series of instructions for it to perform tasks that would be too cumbersome or too slow or impossible to perform by a human being. And it is clear that in CAD terms, particularly AutoCAD, many programs have been writen almost since the origin of the software to automate the design. The LISP language is certainly the best known. He had been chosen by Autodesk long ago because it was a very high level language suited to the unstructured aspect of an AutoCAD drawing. On the other hand, this language can manipulate lists, ie collections of objects, and God knows if in an AutoCAD drawing there are many collections of objects.
But if you look at the source code of a program written in LISP, you will hardly recognize the objects of the real world. You may be able with a little luck, if the programmer has done its work, recognize the names of certain variables. But otherwise, nothing is further from your drawing that the source code of a LISP program.
Programming is a job for specialists. While many people jumped into AutoCAD LISP programming, and came to make respectable programs often through many hours, sometimes on their own time, and I speak knowingly, spent documenting, interacting with other people on the Internet, reading books on the subject, to acquire basic knowledge of the programmer. Despite the LISP language is very nice, coming from artificial intelligence concepts, it still requires smart programmers.
Things were quite clear when LISP was the only way to program in AutoCAD, I speak of course of end users programmers, and not development professionals, who programmed in C language.
But you will say, things are quite clear: to write a program, you must be a programmer.
Well, it does not seem to me that this is an absolute necessity, even if it has always been the case. To be a good programmer, you must have certain qualities. You must have logic, you must know the field of application of your programs, ie AutoCAD, be able to speak correctly, understand specifications, build a project, and then an algorithm and then write code.
Note that for LISP, it is not necessary to know the intricacies of how a computer works, and how work a compiler.
This is probably one reason for the popularity of LISP. It is accessible to non-specialists.
Then came much later Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), and more recently the Microsoft environment. NET, which is presented to us as the pinnacle of development environments. At that point the poor VBA is slowly abandoned despite the many services he has rendered.
Does the VBA became a bad language? Is LISP obsolete?
No, no. This is not that at all. The VBA is abandoned because Microsoft has decided so. What do we have instead? Well, you still have the old LISP that can render services, except if you have to program dialog boxes in which case you'll have much trouble. And then of course the famous. NET Visual Studio that Microsoft is pushing with its Autodesk partner.
Only now it is more difficult. You don't switch from an appropriate language such as AutoCAD LISP, for a language still quite suitable as AutoCAD VBA, but we switch from two languages, sometimes complementary, moreover, the LISP and VBA for an environment with several programming languages, which is quite clearly a tool for professionals.
to be continued, see part 2