N/APosted on - 11/07/2011
Say I wish to save random lisp codes in a file. Binary codes or something like that. Which format and chunking do you suggest I use for this? Will it seem like it is a storage variant of a running lisp environment fragment? Let me set the question in other words: Which other alternatives do I have to save random codes and info so that it can be perfectly installed and accessed easily?
Random lisp codes file format problem
Hallo Vice Randleman,
I will suggest that before you go ahead and trying changing the format in which you have saved your lisp codes, first of all you should make a backup copy and save it in notepad which is a .txt format so that when you mess up during the process you can easily retrieve what you had done and save yourself some trouble of coding from the very beginning.
The format that you may save your lisp codes in the *.dxf format and you will use the following command to save the codes:
(command "_SAVEAS" "DXF" "_V" "R12" "" "filename")
Hope this helps.