Distributes object copies into any combination of rows, columns, and levels.
2D rectangular array with one item replaced
3D rectangular array with three levels
This command is equivalent to the Rectangular 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 whether the arrayed objects are associative or independent.
Defines the location of the array base point and base point grip.
Specifies a base point for positioning the items in the array.
For associative arrays, specifies a valid constraint (or key point) on the source objects to align with the path. If you edit the source objects or path of the resulting array, the base point of the array remains coincident with the key point of the source objects.
Specifies the number of rows and columns and provides a dynamic view of results as you move the cursor (a quicker alternative to the Rows and Columns options).
Derives the value based on a mathematical formula or equation.
Specifies row and column spacing and provides a dynamic view of results as you move the cursor.
Specifies the distance between rows and columns simultaneously by setting the each corner of a rectangular area that is equivalent to the spacing.
Edits the number and spacing of columns.
Sets the number of columns in the array.
Specifies the number of rows in the array, the distance between them, and the incremental elevation between row.
Sets the number of rows in the array.
Derives the value based on a mathematical formula or equation.
Specifies the number and spacing of levels for 3D arrays.
Specifies the total difference in Z coordinate values between equivalent locations on objects in the first and last levels.
Derives the value based on a mathematical formula or equation.
Exits the command.