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mermerCAD
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Civil 3D Survey dual feature code

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10-02-2012 08:39 AM

Is there a way we can support a duel feature code ?

In the field the surveyor would enter into his file “ EWD[*TB[“ .  ------This code indicates the  beginning of the “Edge of Woods” and “Top of Bank”  .

Each shot after that would be along the edge of woods and top of bank . “EWD*TB” -- This code indicates shots taken along  the “Edge of Woods” and “Top of Bank”

The surveyor would end this feature with    “ EWD]*TB]“ ---------------This code indicates the  ending of the “Edge of Woods” and “Top of Bank”  

 

Thanks for your help!

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Re: Civil 3D Survey dual feature code

10-02-2012 09:20 AM in reply to: mermerCAD

There are some good examples of this in the help  search

 

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engrtech
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Re: Civil 3D Survey dual feature code

10-03-2012 07:03 AM in reply to: mermerCAD

mermerCAD wrote:

Is there a way we can support a duel feature code ?

In the field the surveyor would enter into his file “ EWD[*TB[“ .  ------This code indicates the  beginning of the “Edge of Woods” and “Top of Bank”  .

Each shot after that would be along the edge of woods and top of bank . “EWD*TB” -- This code indicates shots taken along  the “Edge of Woods” and “Top of Bank”

The surveyor would end this feature with    “ EWD]*TB]“ ---------------This code indicates the  ending of the “Edge of Woods” and “Top of Bank”  

 

Thanks for your help!


You could use "EWD ST TB ST" as the first shot, then the middle shots would be "EWD TB" then finish the two figures with "EWD END TB END".  That's how we would do it.

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Re: Civil 3D Survey dual feature code

10-03-2012 07:42 AM in reply to: mermerCAD

Just note that if you are using symbols and description keys, the first code gets the symbol.

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