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Old   September 7, 2010, 17:05
Default Extracting point data from a spline or curve
Sherif Kadry
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Here's my question folks, I have a curve or spline and I have placed points on at various intervals, is there anyway I can write a macro which would id each point and print it to a text file? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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Old   September 8, 2010, 04:15
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you can use ug or proe to realize what you want, but in ICEM I've never tried this.
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See the programmers guide... I am sure this is possible, but have never done it.

Do you care about the order of the points interrogated?
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