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As of 2017, approximately 3 million Cracked AutoCAD With Keygen users are actively using AutoCAD, including professionals, students, hobbyists, and those in the industry. Other apps available include AutoCAD LT and Autodesk Revit.

AutoCAD is considered a “professional” software application, though some “amateur” and “hobbyist” users are also active.


AutoCAD history spans 30 years. It started on December 5, 1982 as an internal product called “Project 3000”, and was released as a “peripheral-based” application for the Apple II microcomputer on March 24, 1983.

Development began as a project that was based on a requirement from PTC (Persistent Technologies Corporation), the makers of PTC Creo.

Originally, the goal was to create a standalone microcomputer based CAD package, a dream that was realized later with AutoCAD LT. Autodesk was founded on November 1, 1982 with the goal of creating a professional level CAD application, similar to those available at the time.

Over the next several years Autodesk developed the CAD package, and sold it in 1983 to PTC and then to the new company that they created, Computer-Aided Design, Inc. (CADDI).

AutoCAD History

1982 – Autodesk is founded, Autodesk is a leading provider of Autocad, a CAD program first introduced in 1983 and first released as a desktop app for the Apple II microcomputer on March 24, 1983. Autodesk is also a provider of Revit, Autodesk’s new 3D visualization product.

January 24, 1984 – Autodesk forms a wholly owned subsidiary called DASA (later named Autodesk, Inc.). The new company is charged with the development of CAD products for the home market.

July 1984 – Autodesk launches its first CAD product, an extension to PTC’s Creo system called the Creo Editor for the Apple II (and IIe), a portable editor for modeling and viewing drawings in the new vector CAD program.

March 25, 1985 – Autodesk introduces the “ScribblePad” for the Apple II, a program used to create, edit and annotate drawings, and is the first version of Autocad for the Apple II. This was the first version of Autocad to become a standalone application and not to be bundled with other software from

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Annotation tools

AutoCAD supports the recording of drawing and animation annotations. Annotations can be customized using different colors and formats.

Version history

Release dates are years since AutoCAD/AutoCAD LT was released to manufacturing.


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Infinite loop without “break”

I am trying to write a function that takes an iterable and does something to the first element in the list. The user has to press “enter” to continue. This can be done using the library click but I prefer to use itertools to avoid having to import a whole library. So this is what I have so far:
import itertools

def func(*args):
it = itertools.izip(*args)

This doesn’t seem to work. Is there a way I can call the next(it) function without having to use the “break” statement?


If you’re using Python 3.x, next() takes a single argument which you can call. In your example, next(it) would call it without the need for a break statement.
If you’re using Python 2.x, next() takes no arguments, and you’d have to use a different method like iter() to get the first element.


You can use the next() function as a simple loop:
def func(*args):
it = itertools.izip(*args)


How do you make a bash script automatic in Mac OS X?

Is there a way to set up a bash script so that it runs automatically at the beginning of each day?


Depending on which shell you use you could add it to your.bash_profile. I usually just add mine to /usr/local/bin/
export PATH=”/Applications/”

This will run every time you open

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An Open Letter to Congress and the Secretary of State from UN Women

Dear Member of Congress and the Department of State,

As the global champion of women’s rights, the United Nations is focused on being a champion for change in policy and practice to advance gender equality. We believe in equality between women and men, no matter where they live. And we understand that women need to be able to participate fully in the political, social, economic, and cultural life of the community in which they live.

With you, we call for a United Nations Policy to advance Women’s human rights as a priority, at the high level of the United Nations, and more widely across the political spectrum.

The world is changing rapidly. Women have made great strides towards increasing equality in their own lives, at home, in the workplace and in public life. But this has not been reflected in the international policy that is in place.

We believe that women’s rights are human rights, and that a human rights approach to equality is essential.

Today women and girls are not only facing sexism, but also domestic violence, rape, female genital mutilation, sexual harassment, forced marriage, female genital cutting, honor killing, trafficking, human rights abuses, and impunity.

UN Women, as the global champion of women’s human rights, advocates at every level of society – from the family to governments, the international community, the United Nations, and civil society – to promote the human rights of women and girls. UN Women works to strengthen gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls by improving women’s participation in politics, the economy and the civil society, combating violence against women and girls, advancing human rights standards, and ensuring accountability.

It is our hope that a stronger international policy on women’s human rights will be a central part of a UN Women-led strategy for 2030.

We are asking you to:

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What’s New in the AutoCAD?

The Markup Import tool is a component of AutoCAD that allows you to import and update designs using designs imported from markup pages or files. You can use the tool to import a range of commonly used markup formats, including InDesign markup, Adobe® InDesign® XML (AI), InDesign XML (IDML), InDesign Tag Edit (ITag) or other CADML, and ASCII (ASCII Art) files, which are typically created in a graphic design program.

A design imported into AutoCAD will be displayed with its own set of tabs, which contain all the design information imported from the other file types. Some of these file types have their own import tools for integrating design files with AutoCAD.

Additionally, AutoCAD has tools that allow you to import and integrate other file types. AutoLISP tools for importing and integrating InDesign® XML or InDesign® Tag Edit files into AutoCAD drawings or files, and AutoCAD’s importer for importing and integrating PDF files directly into AutoCAD drawings, are already available. In addition, you can use the Import-Export tool in AutoCAD to import or export a PDF file directly into or out of AutoCAD without opening the PDF file in a third-party program.

Also available is the new Markup Assist tool. The tool is designed to make it easier to incorporate content and images into a draft or design. The tool can be used to import information from a wide range of files and formats and to easily add content to a drawing.

Paths, Splines and Polylines:

Paths are geometric shapes that allow you to easily construct smooth, controlled curves or shapes with precise control.

You can add splines to a path, adding a new spline for each control point or loop. You can also create linear and helical splines.

Spline styles allow you to make changes to the styling of splines, allowing you to change the look of the paths and curves in the drawings.

Polylines are useful to create graphic objects like arrows, wires and decorative shapes.

Symbol Library Manager:

The Symbol Library Manager provides a quick way to organize symbols and easily find and insert symbols into your drawings. You can create and edit symbols, and move or copy symbols from one project to another.

You can search for symbols that match a particular symbol style or search for symbols

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OS: Windows 10, 8, 7
Processor: Intel i3-2100 / AMD Athlon II X4 645 Dual Core
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