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comp.cad.autocad AutoLISP FAQ (part 1/2) - general
Section - [15] (command "ROTATE3D") does not work! Why?

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  Some commands are no internal AutoCAD commands, they are simple
  AutoLISP programs beginning with C: even if they are defined in ADS
  programs. Only native Rx applications (or now with vlax-add-cmd)
  export true commands.

  A list of all these commands are found in ACADRxx.LSP in the
  AUTOLOAD section.  (see also "[12]")
  All these commands have to be called with (C:ROTATE3D) instead of
  (command "ROTATE3D").
  However ADS functions may take optional arguments. See the
  customization manual for more.
  i.e. (c:rotate3d ss p1 p2 angle) is also valid, even (rotate3d ...)

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