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The program was originally conceived by Finnish programmer Olli Sipilä, who intended it as a simple 2D drafting program for his home computer. Sipilä drew up a simple prototype using the graphics capabilities of his Tandy Color Computer III. Because the program was very demanding in terms of memory, he was soon granted access to Tandy’s manufacturing computer department for storage space. Sipilä had access to thousands of square feet of computer memory and spent several months there to develop the concept. The original name for the program was Skopeo (meaning see in Finnish). In the summer of 1981, Sipilä had the first version of the program complete and he handed it in to Tandy.

AutoCAD’s design was inspired by Sipilä’s prototype and the success of AutoCAD led to the creation of a later version, AutoCAD for Windows.

The first version, AutoCAD 1.1, was released in October 1983 and was the first commercially available 2D drawing program for personal computers.

By early 1985, AutoCAD’s graphical tools were so advanced that Sipilä was able to meet the demands of the local engineering department in the small city of Rauma, Finland. Having demonstrated AutoCAD to the mayor of the city, Sipilä was given permission to continue the project. After a few months of development, Sipilä created AutoCAD Professional version 1.0 in May 1985.

The AutoCAD license fee was US$80 ($570 in ) for the original program and US$500 ($3,330 in ) for a non-commercial license.

AutoCAD 2.0 (1986)

AutoCAD 2.0 was released in 1986 and introduced 2D drafting features such as guides, snap and hidden lines, snap to grid, and the ability to pick a single point for multiple parallel lines. It also introduced 3D drafting. AutoCAD 2.0 was the first CAD application to run on a PC that included a CD ROM drive. AutoCAD 2.0 was the first version of AutoCAD to be sold in the United States, and it remains the oldest and most widely used CAD program sold in the United States.

AutoCAD 2.1 (1987)
AutoCAD 2.1 was released in 1987 and introduced 2D drafting features such as guides, snap and hidden lines, snap to grid, and the ability to pick

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Since AutoCAD Full Crack 2010, all versions of AutoCAD can connect to the Internet and run on an extensible configuration called EAC, Exchange, AutoUpdate, and Customization (eACW). Once connected, users can gain access to shared resources, such as CAD databases and geometry information, to create specialized drawings. For example, a DWG file can be sent to a milling machine, to be used for machining a particular part.

A “Dock” (or “Docking”) is a kind of workbench plugin which allows to launch other external applications, such as screen viewers (e.g. a Graphical Building Information Model and a Google Earth-like 3D viewer). Most commonly, the external application can be the AutoCAD program.

AutoCAD is currently the dominant CAD program for architecture. As of 2008, users of CAD software for architects included 46% of respondents using AutoCAD, 27% using MicroStation, and 18% using ArchiCAD, with the rest using proprietary software.

In the past, major companies such as NCR Corporation, IBM, and Unisys used CAD software. A consortium of software companies called “SCENE” was formed in 1989 in the US. The main product was “SCENE” software that included the “Microstation” CAD system, owned by MicroStation, Inc. but now owned by Trimble. Another notable product was “I-CAD” for drafting and design work, owned by Arcadia Software. In the UK, other companies such as DAS, Pilkington, and Smiths Industries used proprietary CAD software. In the late 1990s, CAD software started being used in the construction industry, pioneered by AutoCAD. Since the late 1990s, CAD software has been used by many new companies, such as their own brands as well as small software developers such as Folkes, “Inscape”, and Typus.


AutoCAD is available for purchase from a variety of sources. The standard subscription plan allows AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT, AutoCAD Raster, and AutoCAD Bridge, to be used at home for personal use and up to four simultaneous users. For professional use, AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT can be used at home for personal use only, while users of AutoCAD Raster and AutoCAD Bridge can use a computer at work and at home. AutoCAD LT can also be used on school

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Solution for XOR-based encryption

I’m trying to make my own XOR-based encryption for a project, but I’m not sure if I’m doing it right.
I was given a file with the source code to the cipher, and I need to reverse-engineer it in order to make a program that does the same thing.

The encryption I’m going to use is a very simple one, which I can explain in detail later.
To understand this, this is my current approach:
I understand how the XOR works, and I understand the pseudo-code for the algorithm, so I can tell if my implementation matches the given example, and if it’s right or not.
I’m using the following function for every possible character in the cipher:
// n is the counter, not the number, sorry
public static string Translate(string encryptedText, string key, int n)
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Rough Up in the Properties Window:

Rough up the outside face of an edge. Select the edge and use the Edit Properties Window to apply a stroke in the Property Sheets. (video: 3:39 min.)

New Toolbars:

New ribbon tabs for the Append tool, Object Snap, Intersect, and Inset.

New Tools:

Arrange in Edit Window for the Edit Paths tool. Select one or more non-contiguous paths in a drawing and in the Properties Window, use the arrow keys to navigate the path. (video: 1:12 min.) Object Snap to Quadrant to create rectangular or square boxes. You can also use Object Snap to create circular and ellipse shapes, as well as “conic surfaces” to create circles and ellipses. (video: 2:22 min.) If you draw a circle, quadrant, or ellipse, and then Object Snap to Quadrant, the selection is converted to that shape. (video: 1:29 min.) Use Object Snap to Quadrant to move a selection between two connected or non-connected objects, using the snap point as a pivot point. (video: 2:55 min.) If you hold down the Shift key while using Object Snap to Quadrant, you can snap multiple items to a single point. For example, if you hold Shift and click two vertices, you will snap both vertices and move one to another. (video: 3:00 min.) You can use Object Snap to Quadrant with collections, too. (video: 3:34 min.) Make circular segments (tubes) with the spline tool. Select points, move, and rotate them to create a circle or ellipse. (video: 1:51 min.) Use the Refactor tool to reduce the number of points used to make a spline curve or profile. (video: 2:38 min.) Create circles or ellipses with the Circulate tool. Select points, move, and rotate them to create the circle or ellipse. (video: 1:54 min.) Add a new rectangle to a selection by pressing the Ctrl key and the right mouse button simultaneously. (video: 3:03 min.) Locate the center of the box that contains the selection with the Centers tool. Select one corner and use the Intersect tool to snap to the center. Use the Intersect tool with the box to select and move. (

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