The array command is a CAD tool that allows you to create copies of one or more objects in a drawing and evenly space them out on the screen or paper. The array command can be used for spacing, scaling, and rotating objects.
There are different ways to create an array:
One way is to use the 'new Array()' constructor.
Another way is to use the 'Array.from()' method.
The last way is to use a 'for-in loop'.
Linear arrays are used to draw lines parallel to each other at a fixed distance. The lines can be drawn in any direction, but they will always be parallel to each other.
Creates copies of things ordered in a pattern from the command line. Creates nonassociative, 2D rectangular or polar arrays using legacy command line behaviour. If you specify a big number of items for the array, the copies may take a long time to produce.
A circular array is another name for it. The polar array is defined as a circular arrangement of duplicates of a thing. Consider the following example of drawing little circles around a larger circle.
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