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Up until the mid 1990's yes. Then they switched to Visual Basic and C++ which were considered easier to integrate with the Windows environment or something.

I'm still using AutoLisp and I don't think our version of AutoCAD is that old?

ISTR that it was R14 that was all c++/VBA but it's been years since I touched autocad.

autolisp is still around, with VBA going the way of the dodo in favour of .NET

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