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AutoCAD was developed by Autodesk and originally released in December 1982 as a desktop app for the Apple II series of microcomputers, running on the Motorola 68000 processor with 16K of RAM and a floppy disk drive. The 1982 release included two components: the AutoCAD program itself and the Draw component, which allowed users to draw 2D and 3D objects and shapes. Drawing tools included the pencil, straight edge, and vector tools (line, arrow, circle, and so on), which were accessed through a pull-down menu. There were no predefined commands to perform common functions, such as drawing a circle or rectangle, and the commands had to be learned through experimentation. There were no user-created objects and no ability to create freeform solid shapes and surfaces; every shape or object had a single predefined function and behavior. Drawing objects and shapes was the only part of AutoCAD. The Draw component was priced at $59.00, and the entire package, including the AutoCAD application program, was priced at $129.00.
The initial release of AutoCAD came with only one drawing environment: the 2D Drafting environment. In 1983, AutoCAD was upgraded to include a 3D environment, 3D Drafting, and the ability to create arbitrary shapes and surfaces. In 1984, the 3D environment was renamed AutoCAD LT. The first version of AutoCAD LT included features such as layer support, object linking, and styles. The 3D Drafting environment included basic 2D drafting features and the ability to create freeform objects, such as a freeform circle or rectangle. AutoCAD LT was priced at $59.00; AutoCAD was priced at $129.00.
The desktop versions of AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT were only compatible with each other, as they were essentially identical. However, the floppy disks that AutoCAD LT shipped with were only compatible with the Draw component of AutoCAD, not the AutoCAD application program. Therefore, in order to use AutoCAD LT, an AutoCAD user was required to purchase a second copy of AutoCAD. The first AutoCAD LT release was only compatible with the MacPaint-based interface, which allowed for dragging and dropping of objects, but the interface lacked most of the advanced 3D drafting features that were later incorporated in the new 3D Drafting environment. When AutoCAD LT v1
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Listing 10-5 shows the two most important interfaces for programmatic use of AutoCAD: the IUnknown interface and the IFeature interface.
using namespace std;
using namespace afxtempl;
IUnknown* pUnknown = NULL;
IFeature* pFeature = NULL;
HRESULT hr = E_FAIL;
static IFeatureServices* pFS = NULL;
static LONG pfnCreate = NULL;
static LONG pfnDelete = NULL;
static IUnknown* pUnknownFactory = NULL;
static IFeatureServices* pFSFactory = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetCount = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetItem = NULL;
static LONG pfnClose = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetFeatureCount = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetFeatureCountByIndex = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetFeatureInfo = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetFeatureInfoByIndex = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetFeatureName = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetFeatureType = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetFeatureValue = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetInstance = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetTypeInfoCount = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetTypeInfo = NULL;
static LONG pfnGetTypeInfoByIndex = NULL;
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, thereby preventing the bottom surface from being exposed to the outside.
In this case, the sealing rubber-coated member is placed in close contact with the top surface of the window glass so as to seal an interior of the door. The following procedure is used to seal the interior of the door. The sealing rubber-coated member is positioned in close contact with the top surface of the window glass. The window glass is then pressed toward the sealing rubber-coated member by a pressing member. In this manner, the sealing rubber-coated member is deformed elastically, and the top surface of the window glass and the bottom surface of the door are pressed together to form a seal therebetween.
This deformation of the sealing rubber-coated member may be performed by a sufficient pressing force.
In this case, the sufficient pressing force is selected to be such a value as may deform the sealing rubber-coated member elastically, thereby preventing the bottom surface of the door from being exposed to the outside.
According to still another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a door of a vehicle, comprising a sealing member having a top surface and a bottom surface, the sealing member being attached to a door frame and positioned so as to seal an opening of the door; and a hinge attached to the door frame and rotatably supporting the door. The hinge comprises a mounting base attached to the door frame, a pair of mounting arms attached to the mounting base, and an outer arm attached to the mounting base and one of the pair of mounting arms. The door is rotatably attached to the outer arm. The mounting arms are rotatably attached to the mounting base and swingably movable about a swinging axis thereof.
Preferably, the top surface of the sealing member is positioned near the outer arm, and the bottom surface of the sealing member is positioned in close contact with the outer arm.
In this case, the outer arm is supported in such a manner that the swingable movement thereof can be restricted. As a result, the sealing rubber-coated member is positioned so as to prevent the bottom surface of the door from being exposed to the outside.
In this case, a mount groove is formed in each of the mounting arms
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