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The first version of AutoCAD Cracked Version was called MicroCAD-81, and featured basic vector drawing, profile drawing, mechanical design, architectural design, and two-dimensional drafting. It was first available for the Apple II, IBM PC, and Atari 8-bit and was written in Pascal and assembly languages. Later versions were similar, except they included parametric dimensioning and drafting, and some included features from AutoDraft. AutoCAD was intended to be a low-cost CAD package and it was priced around $500 in 1982. There were later variations for Windows 3.x, Windows NT, and Microsoft Windows.

In the early 1990s, AutoCAD was popularized when it was featured in the 1992 TV series, The Money Pit. Since then, AutoCAD has been a mainstay of computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting in the home and office.


Here are the basic features of AutoCAD along with a description of each function.

Actions & Layers

AutoCAD displays the entire drawing window, but you can hide or show parts of the drawing as needed. You can add or delete layers to control which parts of the drawing appear and you can turn on the crosshairs for reference as you work.


You can add and adjust axes, including two of elevation and horizontal and vertical crosshairs. You can set line width, thickness, and color for each line. The elevation crosshair is sometimes called a plumb bob. The horizontal crosshair is sometimes called a vertical crosshair.

Balloon & DataTips

DataTips are messages that appear when you move your cursor over a feature or object in the drawing window. You can customize the dataTip display for any feature or object. The “Balloon” feature displays a detailed description of the object.

Batch Commands

You can also access the Batch Commands feature to run a series of commands in a specific order. For example, you can specify a Draw Order (sometimes called a “Print Order”), Line Order, and View Order for your objects and lines. You can run the commands at the same time, or one after another. You can also limit the commands to the active layers.

Block Data

You can set attributes for the lines or blocks in your drawing, such as the color, line weight,

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Exchange formats
In the mid-1980s, Autodesk introduced AutoCAD Product Key Exchange, a drawing file format. While it has been superseded by other exchange formats (including DXF), it is still in use in AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT.

AutoCAD Exchange (XDR) is an Exchange drawing format used for exchanging drawings. XDR is based on XML, and is designed to be as platform independent as possible. XDR data is kept separate from XREF and includes tools used to manipulate the data, including tools for converting the drawing to other formats.

XREF is an Exchange drawing file format which can import and export XDR data. It is based on the XML format, and has similar platform independence properties.

XML is a vendor-neutral file format which is readable by any XML-compliant application. It is an open standard defined by the World Wide Web Consortium.

Technical description

DXF is an ASCII text file format for 2D vector drawing. It is one of the most important native file formats for the computer-aided design and drafting software AutoCAD.

It has been developed by Autodesk since 1985 and was created by design engineer Terry Hanks, who is credited with its development. The system was designed to be easily edited by hand, but to also include programming support for simplifying the design process.

The original version of the format did not have the capability to store the relationship between objects. Later, the DXF format was enhanced to support this capability using XREF.

The DXF standard was adopted by the AutoCAD Users Group and Microsoft Corporation as well.

AutoCAD extensions, such as the Dynamic Input Extension and the Digital Annotation Extension are in the form of plug-ins.

User extensions are also available, such as the Roto.

Autodesk first introduced AutoCAD as Autodesk AutoCAD R14. It was a complete architectural design program, originally available on floppy disks for use on the Apple II computer, and could produce architectural drawings and associated parts lists and construction documents. It was one of the first architectural design programs for use on personal computers, predating its larger, professional competitors such as Computer Drafting and Animation (CDA) and OrthoDraw. As the Apple II was originally designed with a 16-color CRT monitor, text and graphics could not be displayed simultaneously; therefore, Auto

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Z3 PyPy Solver

The Z3 Python API documentation is saying that I should be able to use the solver from the z3.Solver instance:
solver = z3.Solver()

However, I am getting an error when I try to do this:

TypeError: solver() takes no arguments

What am I missing?


It’s indeed not there.
But the api uses a C-interface in Python and thus calls into z3’s C API. So you can use the Python API of z3 directly. It’s called using the.c_interface() method.


This version of Z3 comes with a Python API and it does not support PyPy (but does support pypy). If you want to use a different version of Z3 with PyPy, you can use the –interface flag when you call the solver. This will create a Python binding that will allow you to call the C API.

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What’s New In AutoCAD?


Improvements to the pattern selector and new ways to simplify the snapping process. (video: 2:42 min.)

AutoCAD Ruler:

A new AutoCAD Ruler command that shows you how to easily add line or area dimensions and create guides to help you draw precisely. (video: 2:00 min.)

Grid Display and Measurement tool:

A new Grid Display tool can display a grid while you’re editing a drawing. To measure something precisely, you can use the Measurement tool’s built-in grid. (video: 3:35 min.)

Layers tool:

Organize and manage the layers of your drawings. (video: 2:45 min.)

Additional Commands:

Expand Dynamic Input. (video: 1:36 min.)

You can now create lists of linked objects, such as linked axis and line segments, by holding down the CTRL (Windows) or ALT (Mac) key as you select each object.

Marker Select and Marker Pen tool:

Show additional features in the Marker Select and Marker Pen tools, including a split screen to help you trace geometry, and added controls for which objects are selected.

Linear Extrusion:

Create thicker lines using the new Linear Extrusion command.

New Direct Selection tools

Use the Direct Selection tool to select multiple objects at once.

New Dynamic Input tool

Use the Dynamic Input tool to allow you to make selections using the movement and selection of other objects.

New 3D Modeling tools

Use the Measure tool to create 3D lines, surfaces, volumes, and models

Create new perspectives by using the new Scroll View tools.

The new Navigation tools help you navigate 2D and 3D views in AutoCAD.

Use the Orbit tool to navigate 3D views of models, and the Mesh View tool to show hidden geometry in your model.

Updated Save:

Use the Save command to save the current drawing (Ctrl+S) or save a copy of the drawing to a new file (Ctrl+F12 or Shift+S)

Additional resources:

Make sure to take advantage of all the new features in the upgrade to AutoCAD 2023. Make sure to check out the Tips & Tricks section of our site as well as our detailed documentation

System Requirements For AutoCAD:

Supported OS: Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Supported Processors: Intel® Core™ i5-4460, Intel® Core™ i5-4570, Intel® Core™ i5-4670, Intel® Core™ i7-4790, Intel® Core™ i7-4800MQ, Intel® Core™ i7-4850HQ, Intel® Core™ i7-4900MQ, Intel® Core™ i7-4940MX, Intel® Core™ i7-4960X, Intel® Core