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AutoCAD began in 1982 as a desktop app that ran on minicomputers. In the early 1980s, AutoCAD debuted as a microcomputer-based version of the Tektronix® DX-40 Graphic Editor, released on June 27, 1982, from Tektronix, Inc. In 1983, AutoCAD version 1.0 was available for the PC platform.

From 1983 to 1990, AutoCAD was the only desktop CAD application available for PCs.

The origins of AutoCAD as an Autodesk product can be traced to a long list of predecessors, including Graphic Design Solution (GDS) and GDS II (first marketed in 1984), Graphic Dimensions (first released in 1985), Keystone Graphics Environment (KGE), Specht Design Environment, Tektronix Graphic Design Environment, and Tektronix Graphic Design Solution. Tektronix Graphic Design Solution, later renamed Specht Design Environment, was a combination of the Graphic Dimensions and Graphic Design Solution programs.

Graphic Design Solution was designed by Tektronix for the manufacturing and drafting market, with the intent of producing drawings for sheet metal and metal stamping. Graphic Design Solution was the first application to allow users to type in hand-drawn coordinates. Later applications including Graphic Dimensions, Tektronix Graphic Design Environment and AutoCAD began to model these hand-drawn elements as vector graphic elements, with precision as a function of the resolution of the digitizing equipment.

The addition of the dimension capability to Graphic Dimensions in 1985 led to the development of the first AutoCAD. This first release of AutoCAD was a program for the minicomputer market called AutoCAD for micros and the first version of AutoCAD for the PC was released in 1986. In 1987, after Tektronix had acquired Specht Design Environment, AutoCAD was re-branded as AutoCAD and released for the PC.

Early versions of AutoCAD for the PC used a shareware model, in which the software was made available at no charge, but the user was given the choice of purchasing a license or not. (Autodesk, Inc., did not offer a perpetual license at that time.)

The first version to offer a perpetual license was AutoCAD 7 in 1990.

AutoCAD series

AutoCAD and its family of applications are available as AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT, AutoCAD

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As of AutoCAD LT 2009 Release, no major changes were made in the form of architectural changes. However, performance enhancements were introduced, including a new “preview” mode that is able to better adapt to the context of the drawing, and adding the ability to directly insert LISP functions, AutoLISP


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awk variable inside another variable not being recognized

I have a little problem with AWK.
I want to pass the value of an awk variable to a perl variable, so I tried this:
$a=”this is a string”;
print $b

this is a string

This is perl script which I am trying to implement:
use warnings;
use strict;
use POSIX ‘:falloc’;
my $file;
open ($file, ‘)
print $output if /\[(.+?)\]/;
print $output if /%(this|that).*\((\d+).*\)/;
close $file;
print “Done!”;

Now the point is that after entering the awk code, I can see $b=”this is a string”, but when it comes to the line where the input string is passed to perl the output should be $b=, but it turns into $b=() instead. What am I doing wrong?
I think the solution is somewhere in the solution of this post
where he tries to pass an awk variable to another awk variable, but as I said I can’t get it to work.
Thanks for any help.


$b=($a) stores the result of the subexpression in $b. The return value from a subexpression is the number of matches in the current record. You are assigning $b the number of records matched by $a, which happens to be a string, rather than the number of matches, and that means you never put anything into $b.
Use $b=$a instead.


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Drawings can be annotated with post-its that call out the comments you need to incorporate into the drawing. (video: 1:30 min.)

Import your own drawings into AutoCAD. When you import images, an AutoCAD ID file is generated, making it easy to reuse that image in future drawings. You can assign a tooltip to the imported object to create a file reference. (video: 0:50 min.)

Large Object is a powerful tool that lets you freeze large regions of drawings, even drawings that may be thousands of feet tall. Use this tool to find a specific part in a large model. (video: 0:57 min.)

The Scale tool helps you accurately measure objects in a drawing. Move the cursor along a shape and see the scale of the object. When you need to view a scale of a drawing in a different layout, simply choose the unit you want to use. (video: 0:40 min.)

Now it’s easier to view 3D models in your drawings. You can switch between orthographic and axonometric views, giving you a closer view of your 3D models. (video: 0:47 min.)

The Drafting Assistant is a new tool that helps you draw better drawings. Use the Drafting Assistant’s simple prompts to ensure your drawings include the correct lines, shapes, and text. (video: 0:58 min.)

Drafting Assistant:

The Drafting Assistant provides simple prompts that help you draw better drawings. The tool reminds you about a variety of aspects of a drawing, so you don’t need to pause your work to remember important information. (video: 0:53 min.)

Improved Auto Layout:

AutoCAD now offers a new Live Preview feature that lets you see how drawings are being laid out while they’re being edited. (video: 0:48 min.)

You can set up AutoCAD to ignore frequently used and widely-recognized symbology standards, such as distance and angle. This helps reduce the amount of time you spend modifying the same symbols repeatedly. (video: 0:52 min.)

AutoCAD can now read OLE files, allowing you to import and export additional drawing types. (video: 1:07 min.)

Added options for Auto-scale and Autotrim to help you create precisely scaled drawings. (video

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Minimum Recommended:
OS: Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-4590T or equivalent AMD Phenom II X4
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 760 or AMD Radeon HD 7850
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