About-DXF-Formatting-Conventions

About DXF Formatting Conventions

About DXF Formatting Conventions

Each group code listed in the DXF reference topics is presented by a numeric group
code value and a description. All group codes can apply to DXFâ„¢ files, applications
(AutoLISP or ObjectARX), or both. When the description of a code is different for
applications and DXF files (or applies to only one or the other), the description
is preceded by the following indicators:

  • APP. Application-specific description.
  • DXF. DXF file-specific description.

If the description is common to both DXF files and applications, no indicator is provided.

Optional codes are indicated as “optionalâ€‌ in the description.

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