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AutoCAD started development in 1982 by a small team at the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) in California. At the time, PARC had a reputation of developing innovative graphical user interface (GUI) products, including the Alto personal computer and Xerox PARC’s own programming environment, the Smalltalk-80 programming language. Using the Smalltalk environment, the AutoCAD team was able to design a prototype within two weeks. This prototype could modify the behavior of graphical representations on the screen, such as adding features, moving objects, deleting them, or creating new objects.

The prototype was presented in 1983 at the National AutoCAD Users Group (NAUG) annual meeting in San Diego. The AutoCAD team won the NAUG “Best of Show” award for their prototype. Over the next year, the team changed its name to the MicroStation Software Inc., shortened the product name to AutoCAD, and went on to develop AutoCAD 1.0, AutoCAD 2.0, and AutoCAD 3.0. The company was later renamed to Autodesk, Inc.

AutoCAD was originally targeted at small and midsized businesses in the commercial market. The first product, AutoCAD 1.0, was designed to run on a personal computer (PC) or a minicomputer with a graphics adapter, and could only be used on a computer with a custom graphics adapter. The second version, AutoCAD 2.0, was released in 1985 and included a license that allowed anyone to use the software without the need for a custom adapter. This version also featured a multitasking interface and scaling.

The third version, AutoCAD 3.0, was released in 1988 and introduced key applications such as native bitmap graphics, support for portable bitmap files, and object-based interfaces. It also featured a sophisticated selection and manipulation interface with a physics engine for modeling, calculating, and displaying dimensions. AutoCAD 3.0 included a public beta release to the academic community. The first commercial edition of AutoCAD 3.0 was released in June 1989.

Some parts of the AutoCAD product line have been consistently upgraded. The release cycles between AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT vary by year. The main difference between the two products is that AutoCAD LT is a low-cost subscription product that only allows the use of certain modeling functions for $79 per year (which includes two years of free

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Example usage of the AutoCAD DWG, drawing interchange format, is shown in Figure 6.3.

**Figure 6.3** DWG file

DXF is a simple ASCII (standard text) format that is widely used in industry. It has the same basic elements as a conventional text document, but it is considerably more sophisticated. It provides the means of storing full detail for all objects in the drawing. It also allows 3D information to be stored in the drawing and provides a number of coordinate systems, as shown in Figure 6.4.

**Figure 6.4** DXF coordinate systems

There is a good reference on the __ site that covers the details of the DXF specification.

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**NOTE** In this book, all DXF example files are the _AutoCAD DWG format_ (AutoCAD 2010 format) and have the extension _.dwg_ (AutoCAD 2010 format).

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Open the Autocad 14 folder in your autocad installation.
Open the key.reg file and enter the registration code in the box.
Rename the file to something else (e.g. key.reg.bak).
Right-click on it and click on Open.
Type the name of the registration key (it should be registered) in the box below.
Click on OK.
You should now see the registration key.

How to use the online registration key
Open the Autocad 14 folder in your autocad installation.
Open the registered key.reg file and click on OK.
If the registration key has expired, a message should appear (you should also see it in the box below).
If you click on OK, the registration key will be generated and the registration process will be started.

All the Advantages of a Native Library for Mobile Gaming Developers

Releasing software on mobile platforms is always a process full of challenges and I will start with a small one… You are developing a game and you want it to be playable on multiple platforms. Since Unity is the de-facto standard when it comes to developing games for mobile devices, there is nothing that you can do other than testing it on each device you want to support.

Depending on the amount of platforms you want to support, that can be quite a hassle. And since Unity already comes with many ready-made native libraries, you could just as easily use them.

Why would you ever do that?

I’ll give you an example. Suppose you are developing a game with a physics engine in Unity. There are physics engines that can be used natively on iOS and Android and Unity comes with the ‘Bullet’ engine for the desktop version. Let’s say that we want our game to be multi-platform as well. We might want to use the ‘Bullet’ engine on iOS and Android.

Let’s also assume that the ‘Bullet’ engine has some limitations, for example it doesn’t allow us to simulate air friction, we are already stuck. We would have to rewrite a very large chunk of our code.

The solution? Native code. We just use the native code that we want to use.

What happens if you want to use the ‘Bullet’ engine on Windows?

There isn’t one, as

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Interactive surface marking (ISM) for the creation of surfaces. See this video:

Stay informed and get answers to your questions with the In-Context Help tool, which is now integrated in all application windows. Now, answers are available when you need them and in the context where you need them most. In addition, the window resizing feature in AutoCAD is now supported. (video: 1:27 min.)

Lines with the ability to be mended, which are useful for curved and complex lines. See this video:

In addition to the mending feature, you can now rotate a line with the MText command and the ROTATE command (video: 4:09 min.)

Adding blank lines, guides, and reference points from a Text Z-preview. Add empty lines and guide lines with the Text Z command. (video: 2:14 min.)


A thin line that can be used for texturing or decoration, guides, or similar purposes.

LineZ is the equivalent of the Line command, and it allows you to switch between two styles of line.

Rounding, the same line style that you can use for texturing, such as circles, polygons, and so on.

The Rounding command allows you to round the endpoints of the line. The line will be rounded in two stages. First, it will be closed on the ends by using the last point of the line. Then, it will be smoothed.

To create the rounded edge, the Rounding command can take the optional radius argument. You can use the ARGUMENT dialog box to set the radius value. (video: 2:12 min.)

You can now save all your line styles in the Style Manager. To create a new style, use the MANAGE LAYER STYLES command and choose the desired line style from the Style drop-down list. (video: 1:41 min.)

Orthogonal style (non-shaded lines). The orthogonal line style displays a single thick line instead of the multiple thin lines that are part of a non-orthogonal line style.

The orthogonal line style is available for standard lines and for the Radial tool.

Radial tool for the orthogonal line style. (video: 1:31 min.)

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System Requirements For AutoCAD:

Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 64-bit
Single Core CPU
Windows 7, Vista 32-bit