Evenly distributes object copies in a circular pattern around a center point or axis of rotation.
This command is equivalent to the Polar option in ARRAY. The DELOBJ system variable controls whether the source objects of the array are deleted or retained after the array is created.
The following prompts are displayed.
Select the objects to use in the array.
Specifies the point around which to distribute the array items. The axis of rotation is the Z axis of the current UCS.
Specifies a base point for the array.
Specifies a base point for positioning the objects in the array.
For associative arrays, specifies a valid constraint (or key point) on the source objects to use as the base point. If you edit the source objects of the resulting array, the base point of the array remains coincident with the key point of the source objects.
Specifies a custom axis of rotation defined by two specified points.
Specifies whether the arrayed objects are associative or independent.
Specifies the angle between items using a value or expression.
Specifies the angle between the first and last item in the array using a value or expression.
Specifies the number of rows in the array, the distance between them, and the incremental elevation between row.
Sets the number of rows.
Derives the value based on a mathematical formula or equation.
Specifies the number and spacing of levels (for 3D arrays).
Derives a value using a mathematical formula or equation.
Specifies the total distance between the first and last levels.
Controls whether items are rotated as they are arrayed.
Exits the command.