How many coordinate entry methods are there available in AutoCAD?
In AutoCAD, there are five methods for specifying the locations of points when we
create planar geometric entities.
Interactive method: Use the cursor to select on the screen.
Absolute coordinates (Format: X,Y): Type the X and Y coordinates to locate the
point on the current coordinate system relative to the origin.
Relative rectangular coordinates (Format: @X,Y): Type the X and Y
coordinates relative to the last point.
Relative polar coordinates (Format: @Distance<angle): Type a distance and
angle relative to the last point.
Direct Distance entry technique: Specify a second point by first moving the
cursor to indicate direction and then entering a distance.