converting dwg / dxf file to x-y-z-ASCII files?

Hi, I received an AutoCAD dwg file with a lots of polylines. I need the coordinates (x,y,z) of this polylines to create a digital elevation
model. How can I convert these lines to a x-y-z ASCII file? Thanks a lot for any hint Harry
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Harry a écrit :

Hi,
DxfWorks might help you. Take a look here : http://dxfworks.free.fr /
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Thanks a lot
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HiHo; Look on www.cadalyst.com in "get the code" section.
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Thanks a lot!!
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Harry wrote:

Have a look at http://www.caddproductivity.com/survey.htm . See the Export section. Currently it does not read the vertices from 2 and 3D polylines. I could add the functionality however.
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