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Point Geometry to feature class?

Question asked by apmartincude on Aug 1, 2017
Latest reply on Aug 1, 2017 by Dan_Patterson

I am trying to take a point in a xy coordinate and putting a gis coordinate with it. Now I am taking the pointgeometry  and creating a feature class or a shape file. What is the function for this? and how can I make it have unique file names after every loop?

for columns in range(0,9111):
point=arcpy.Point(dem_order.xmin + columns, dem_order.YMin)
pointval= arcpy.GetCellValue_management("dem_order","point", "2")
if (pointval==1 || pointval==2 || pointval==3):
pointgeom = arcpy.pointgeometry(point,"W:\ArcMap\Coordinate_Systems\NAD 1983 StatePlane Texas S Central FIPS 4204 (US Feet) SURFACE.prj")

Let me know if my thought process of this code is correct. I am taking a stream order  raster and only scanning the bottom row and if it has any of those stream values. I am going to put a shapefile at that point, so I can create a watershed at that point.