Joining Polylines

I used to have a really slick lisp that would join any line type, i.e.
lines, polylines, arcs etc.) simply by selecting them. Does anyone have
this lisp or know where I can get a copy? If you have it, could you please
email it to me. It is desperately needed.
I thank you in advance!
Reply to
Buddha Boy
Loading thread data ...
HiHo; At
formatting link
in the "get the code" section is polyline joiner. Enjoy..
Reply to
If you intend to join any line-segments into an unique 3D-polyline so you can try out my PEDIT3D from
formatting link
regards Jochen
"Buddha Boy" schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:SuFRc.26452$Oi.12958@fed1read04...
Reply to
R2005 pedit command will do this for you. The key is the multiple option. See the command snippet below for how I joined a 2 lines, an arc, and a polyline into one polyline. Note also the new "fuzz distance" option which lets you join the segments even if their endpoints don't exactly match>
Command: pedit Select polyline or [Multiple]: m Select objects: Specify opposite corner: 4 found
Select objects: Convert Lines and Arcs to polylines [Yes/No]?
Enter an option [Close/Open/Join/Width/Fit/Spline/Decurve/Ltype gen/Undo]: j
Join Type = Extend Enter fuzz distance or [Jointype] :
3 segments added to polyline
Reply to
That is a good thing. Well it is a good thing if you are running 2005. My office is using Map5 (LDD) So if anyone can find or write a lisp that joins lines, polylines and arcs, please please let me know.
Reply to
Buddha Boy
I used to do this in 2002. How old is Map 5? The "fuzz distance" is not new.
Reply to

PolyTech Forum website is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here. All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.