1 March, 2013

Finally library can also made line subtype like rectangle,horizontal,vertical.

User has to specify non-interactivaly what they want to made and name of output dxf file.

My last error was that i was specifying condition with “else” part and that is not a syntax of

of  ” if-else ” control structure.



Also added module for circle from 2 points.
Supose user input 2 points (x1,y1), (x2,y2)
First we have to find center of circle by following formulas

xMid= ( x1 + x2) / 2;
yMid = ( y1 +y2) / 2;

then radius of circle

radius= sqrt( pow((x2 – xMid), 2 ) + pow((y2 -yMid), 2));

Also made separate cpp files for different entities like circle.cpp, line.cpp and base class base.cpp.
Made makefile for library.

Modified variables name.
Modified UserGuide.


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