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AutoCAD, originally an acronym for “Auto-Cad Des Artistes (Auto-Cad Design Artists),” was developed by a group of Autodesk engineers and artists as a way of making the company’s technical resources available to non-CAD-trained artists.
Initially, the program consisted of a sequence of animations, which could be used to teach CAD concepts to non-CAD-trained artists. Each animation was a series of drawings, where one drawing represented a step, and all drawings were grouped together in a sequence. The animation sequence was linked to mathematical expressions, where the animations represented the equations describing CAD objects.
In 1982, Autodesk approached Thomas M. Messmer to write a custom piece of CAD software that was aimed at non-CAD artists. Messmer was recruited to AutoCAD’s first CAD manager, Bill Brownell. Together, they created the first version of AutoCAD as a desktop app running on microcomputers with internal graphics controllers. The original version of AutoCAD was released in November 1982. It was written using the LKW language and ran on the Atari XE series of microcomputers.
Autodesk acquired Ralph Kitch, who was the creator of the LKW language. Ralph Kitch’s LKW-based computer application, LKW3, was later renamed as AutoCAD. The first four letters of the word AutoCAD, A-K-D, represented Autodesk, the next six letters, C-A-D, represented Kitch, and the rest of the letters, CAD, represented Autocad.
In 1985, Autodesk released AutoCAD LT, a version of AutoCAD that ran on IBM PC compatible computers. AutoCAD LT used a text-based programming language called INCA, instead of the LKW-based language, and it was available for only a few microcomputers. By the early 1990s, Autodesk’s LKW language was the only LISP-based CAD language available to computer-based CAD artists.
The LISP-based languages were replaced by a new language called VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) for the Microsoft Windows operating system. VBA allowed users to draw and edit AutoCAD drawings in a similar way to how they would draw in Microsoft Word. This new language also allowed
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The product has had a number of expansions and changes throughout the years, from the original release on Windows 3.0, and later the release of 32-bit versions, supporting several editions, to a re-release on Windows 7 with several editions, and has been released for many versions of Microsoft Windows and several editions of MS-DOS.
In 1995, David Lindahl (who worked on the original AutoCAD Cracked Accounts) and Michael Eades (who worked on AutoCAD Crack Mac Architecture) founded DigitalRosa, the predecessor to Dassault Systemes’ commercial CAD product, Rhinoceros.
In 2001, with the release of AutoCAD R14, CAD-ROSA introduced the AcISEN CodeSet. It was a design standard that allowed Autodesk to use the then-new ISEN-based CAD products from DigitalRosa as plug-ins to AutoCAD. The first AcISEN product was the DigitalRosa Advanced Interoperability System (DRAIS). It was an XML-based, dynamic metareferencing tool for translating data between CAD formats. When Dassault took over Rhinoceros, the AcISEN standard was later replaced by the METATILE standard.
AutoCAD R15 added the ISEN Plug-in for CAD-ROSA, a framework for all ISEN products, including the old AcISEN-based DRAIS. The first ISEN product introduced was ST.
From the R15 release, Autodesk was offering the CAD-ROSA Products SDK for CAD developers. It supported the following APIs, supporting the CAD-ROSA ISEN Plugin for AutoCAD:
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