What is a dcl file and how do I open a dcl file?
AutoCAD dialog definition files are classified as settings files, and these are saved in the DCL format. These DCL files are appended with the .dcl extension and are mainly used by the AutoCAD 2013 software as reference data files for dialogue definitions entered by the authors of AutoCAD 2013 projects associated to the DCL files. Autodesk developed the DCL format and the AutoCAD 2013 software as an application classified as CAD design and documentation software. The content of these DCL files include settings for dialogue boxes, and these are the titles of each data field, lists of items and buttons used in these dialogue boxes. Plain text encoding specifications are implemented into these DCL files and are also integrated with the Dialogue Control Language programming language that was developed by Autodesk. The AutoCAD 2013 software can be installed by users of Microsoft Windows-based computers to implement support into their systems for these DCL files as well as to access the features available in this program to create and edit AutoCAD 2013 design projects.
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