I have see users try many ways, to solid fill odd shapes. From hundreds of little polylines, to a fist full of solid vertices. But this is the slow way of doing it. The best way is to use BHATCH, and select the 'solid' hatch pattern.
Above is an example of a solid fill of an irregular shape using BHATCH solid.
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