Here are some more screenshots showing the various point import options and settings. In all cases the DXF files can be imported into any CAD or GIS program which reads DXF (and 99% of them do!):
The screenshot of aclose up of the GIS data is shown above. Below there is a more general view of the list of points.
As you can see below the points can be connected with lines (on any layer you choose).
A grid is useful for locating points and understanding their distances visually:
Of course the layer colors and number of decimal points etc are fully configurable:
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