View in object space viewport

I've a french autocad.
I want to make and name a view in the object space viewport directly.
A lisp (edview.lsp)
(defun c:ev ()
(setq pt1 (getpoint "\n1corner of the view"))
(setq pt2 (getpoint "\n2corner of the view"))"))
(setq txt (getstring "\nname of the view :"))
(command "view" "w" txt pt1 pt2)
(princ)
)
I make all it's ask, including name of the view.
Then a prompt appear, who's says "name of the view" unknow command.
Any Idea ?
Reply to
calendriersca
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Since you're using Franch Autocad the problem may be with the 'language' of the command name. So try changing the line to;
(command "._view" "_w" txt pt1 pt2)
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Reply to
Carl AK
Your syntax is messed up:
(defun c:ev () (setq pt1 (getpoint "\n1corner of the view")) (setq pt2 (getpoint "\n2corner of the view")) (setq txt (getstring "\nname of the view :")) (command "view" "w" txt pt1 pt2) (princ) )
The quotes and two paraentheses after the corner view setq are extra. Try the above.
Reply to
Michael Bulatovich

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