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ObjectARX Reference For .NET (Updated! Now has the help2 Version)

, 5 Jun 2008
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ObjectARX Reference For .NET


The .NET version of ObjectARX has been published since AutoCAD 2004. .NET programmers gain the great power to write the ObjectARX programs using their favorite .NET languages such as C# and VB.NET. But when they come to the help files provided by the ObjectARX SDK, they are so disappointed at the poorly explained files.

So I decided to rewrite the help files. With the help of NDOC, I have just completed the first version of ObjectARX Reference for .NET.

The help file is in CHM format and only has the C# version (the VB.NET version produced by NDOC has some problems. I will give the VB.NET version later.). Some classes and methods have no comments because I have not found the .NET version of them. If any of you can provide the comments on these classes and methods or if you have better explanations on the other classes and methods, please email me. I will add them to the next version.

The help2 format help file:

You can also find the intelligence files for Visual Studio from here.

You can download the help files from the links at the top of this article.


  • 22nd June, 2006: Initial post


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Comments and Discussions

GeneralAwesomely great.. Thanks PinmemberFarrukhw8-Mar-10 2:07 
Questionno help2-version anymore?? Pinmemberautocart27-Apr-09 18:04 
GeneralCannot use the CHM file PinmemberMike Adams27-Jan-09 11:27 
GeneralRe: Cannot use the CHM file PinmemberIvane.khoury16-Feb-09 22:03 
GeneralRe: Cannot use the CHM file PinmemberVegeta8427-Jan-11 3:52 
Questionhave you tried the new doc for OARX2009? PinmemberJay Zhu7-Jun-08 1:13 
Generalhaha PinmemberMember 25623556-Jun-08 5:09 
GeneralThank you! Pinmembershteyn10-Dec-07 8:46 
GeneralVB.NET PinmemberHomeBoy3726-Sep-07 18:40 
GeneralVery great work. Pinmemberredstone_cn2-Jul-07 16:34 

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