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ArcGIS By Example by Hussein Nasser

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Displaying the range of each tower

Here we will learn how to query a feature, and then we will work with the geometry object and use the buffer operation to create a circle around the tower to represent the range based on a fixed radius.

In this section, we will start writing the actual ArcGIS code. To start working, copy the TelZaViBA empty add-in project template from the supporting files for this chapter under B04847_02_Files\telzaviba\Code to C:\ArcGISByExample\telzaviba\Code.

Querying features

Just like tables consist of records, feature classes consist of records that are called features. We will now learn how to query a feature when we have its object ID:

Note

The ObjectID of a feature is a primary key that uniquely identifies each feature in ...

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