AutoLISP: Erase all Wipeouts

I sometimes get drawings that have wipeouts in them. And to be honest, I don’t think that the person who made them knew what they were when they made them because the wipeouts are not hiding anything. So I use this little Lisp routine to erase all of the wipeouts before I begin working.

To start:

  • GOWIPE <enter> to start
  • The routine does everything from there…

 

 

 

(defun c:gowipe (/ b)

(setvar "pickstyle" 0)

(setq b (ssget "x" '((0 . "wipeout"))))

(command "._erase" b "")

)
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2 Responses to AutoLISP: Erase all Wipeouts

  1. BCinNV says:

    Was the naming of this routine intentional??? lol

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