Hello! I am in desperate need of a code to be written for me. I honestly have no idea what to do or even where to begin. IF anyone is willing and able to write it for me, I would greatly appreciate it. Assignment 14.1 task 2.
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From your Word doc, I do not even see a 14.1. I am guessing this is for a class and is due really soon?
It might be easier for you to write out what you need in the forum box.
The screen shots are actually the assignment, I forgot that I cut off the Assignment 14.1 portion of it.
But this is the assignment.
Do you thank that you can do it?
What have you got so far? What have you tried and what isn't working? You need to do some of it.
I don't have anything because I have no idea where to even start. I was out yesterday because I was at a conference.
Has your class used Python before? Has your instructor gone over how to begin with this? Does your instructor have office hours or a way to contact them for assistance?
Without you even trying, it's hard to help. Your assignment lays out the instructions.
Here's a link with an example of creating a polygon. Good luck!
To simplify Darren's link, here is the code sample on creating a polygon:
# A list of features and coordinate pairs
feature_info = [[[1, 2], [2, 4], [3, 7]],
[[6, 8], [5, 7], [7, 2], [9, 5]]]
# A list that will hold each of the Polygon objects
features = 
for feature in feature_info:
# Create a Polygon object based on the array of points
# Append to the list of Polygon objects
arcpy.Array([arcpy.Point(*coords) for coords in feature])))
# Persist a copy of the Polyline objects using CopyFeatures
Here's one line of code that will essentially do your assignment for you, but at some point you will need to figure out what it means:
arcpy.CopyFeatures_management([arcpy.Polygon(arcpy.Array([arcpy.Point(i,80),arcpy.Point(i+6,80),arcpy.Point(i+6,-80),arcpy.Point(i,-80),arcpy.Point(i,80)])) for i in range(-180,180,6)],r'in_memory\utm_zones')
Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See if you can find the pattern(s) for your loop(s).
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Perhaps not all institutions have these ... nor all people studied at one that did.
Do your own work, show what you did, then ask for help... you have been guided enough, now get on with it.
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