I would much rather see a solution that is specifically designed to produce these results without creating extra points or surfaces.
This is what the SincpacC3D Display Points does.....select points in drawing, or by Point Group, choose the surface, Print to File.....fast, simple.
and the results in Excel:
Agreed. Reporting would be better
That is exactly. I will look into this!
Oh, and the reason we don't round off values in the report to Excel is because you can do that easily in Excel, via cell formatting... When I wrote that routine, I knew people might want to export that data to Excel, then use it for further calculations (such as slopes, etc...) so I wrote it so that it does NOT honor the format settings in your drawing, and dumps the data out in full-precision. That lets you take this data and further-manipulate it in Excel, should you choose.
This seems to work better for those "****" types (mainly people in Government reviewing agencies, who don't seem to understand "rounding error"....).
This seems to work better for those "****" types
Really...? The anatomically-accurate word for the nether-region of all our bodies gets censored on this forum....??
LOL - I'm glad about that.....unnaturally precise work otherwise......!!!!!
I suppose I should also point out that the screen shot that Jeff posted has the Northing and Easting rounded because he didn't stretch the columns in Excel prior to creating the screen shot... The actual output has the full Northing and Easting, and is not rounded.... The rounding is an artifact of Excel.
I created a urface and alignment. now i wand to create interpolated points and abels perpenticular to the aligenment.
(The attached image had shown what I need exactly. It is just I created manually as a ref sketch .if there is any way to make it automatically )
any budy can help me please
You have changed the subject of this thread. You will likely find a response if you make yours a new thread. Not as many readers read the last post in a thread as read the first!
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