Question by  cmart84726 (24)

How do you create reactors in Autocad?

I need to draw reactors in autocad.


Answer by  rhickok1109 (233)

Creating a reactor in Autocard requires two steps. First define the function that the reactor will implement in reaction to an event within the system; second, tell the system what the function's name is so it can be called when the event occurs. Now the reactor is ready and waiting to be called.


Answer by  mb (5482)

The problem with using Autocad is that if you do not have the users manual handy it is difficult to understand the pictograms. They don't have words that pop up. Use the one that looks like a Pencil over a Record. This is save.


Answer by  hahagal (983)

You will need a neutral conductor in order to create reactors in Autocad. You will also need a negative and a positive conductor as well in order to creative a charge in the reactor.


Answer by  Lakshmi65 (715)

By using vba only we can create reactors in autocad. To create an entity level reactor in VBA, start by creating a new class definition. To use any of these reactors, just select one from the list and then start typing in the code you want to run. You can add new functions and subroutines for your own purposE.


Answer by  gigo (1706)

Open the vba ide. There you can select an event you want to listen to (the reactor). For example AcadDocument for a new document.

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