# How do you project a single pointGeometry object with arcpy?

Question asked by dzestis94 on May 1, 2017
Latest reply on May 2, 2017 by rvburton

Hi everyone,

So I got a task, and I don`t know how to do it. In csv file, i have to create two new columns which shows WGS-84 coordinates. Maybe someone, have solution for this ? I can`t undertstand what is in 29 line... I tried to google it.. And I found the example... but without explanation.

Thanks for any help

``import arcpy import csvfc = r"#"out_csv = r"#"fields = {    "OBJECTID": "OBJECTID",    "Global_ID": "Global_ID",    "Global_Copy": "Global_Copy",    "SHAPE@X": "POINT_X",    "SHAPE@Y": "POINT_Y",    "SHAPE@X": "LAT",    "SHAPE@Y": "LONG"}table_fields = []csv_fields = []for field in fields:    table_fields.append(field)    csv_fields.append(fields[field])def tableToCSV(fc, out_csv):    with open(out_csv, 'wb') as csv_file:        writer = csv.writer(csv_file, delimiter=';', lineterminator='\n')        writer.writerow(csv_fields)        with arcpy.da.SearchCursor(fc, table_fields) as cursor:            for row in cursor:                arcpy.PointGeometry(arcpy.Point(X,Y),arcpy.SpatialReference(3346)).projectAs(arcpy.SpatialReference(4326))                point = Point(row[idxLAT],row[idxLONG])                #TODO: reproject                reppoint = point                row[idxLAT] = reppoint.x                row[idxLONG] = reppoint.y                                writer.writerow(row)        print out_csv      #csv_file.close()tableToCSV(fc, out_csv)``