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) in the update document, you must specify exactly one corresponding array filter document.
That is, you cannot specify multiple array filter documents for the same identifier.
Simple feature classes require a geometry field, typically (but not always) named import arcpy infc = arcpy.
Get Parameter As Text(0) # Enter for loop for each feature # for row in
Search Cursor(infc, ["[email protected]", "[email protected]"]): # Print the current multipoint's ID # print("Feature :".format(row)) # For each point in the multipoint feature, # print the x,y coordinates # for pnt in row: print(", ".format(pnt. Y))Additional geometry tokens can be used to access specific geometry information.
Accessing the full geometry is more costly timewise.
Once the cursor has been created, the import arcpy # Create insert cursor for table # cursor =
Insert Cursor("c:/base/data.gdb/roads_lut", ["road ID", "distance"]) # Create 25 new rows.
Cursors have three forms: search, insert, or update.# state name: row # population: row # print(' has a population of '.format(row, row))Tokens can also be used as shortcuts in place of field names.All tables include an Object ID field, which may have many different names depending on the data type.Set the initial row ID and distance values # for i in range(0,25): cursor.insert Row([i, 100])import arcpy # Create update cursor for feature class # with Update Cursor("c:/base/data.gdb/roads", ["roadtype", "distance"]) as cursor: for row in cursor: # Update the values in the distance field by multiplying # the roadtype by 100. # row = row * 100 cursor.update Row(row)import arcpy # Create update cursor for feature class # with