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    Default high and low points in a surface

    can someone explain what the surface high/low points in the toolbox does?
    it says "Surface High/Low Points
    Creates COGO points at the highest and lowest points within the boundary of a specified surface".

    I thought it only found the high point and low point, but it finds a lot more than that.
    Robert

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    Default Re: high and low points in a surface

    The Autodesk knowledge network describes it as finding high and low points in relation to watersheds.

    https://knowledge.autodesk.com/suppo...60BA0-htm.html

    Specifically at the bottom of the article

    Note: This command does not report the highest elevation within the boundary, nor the lowest elevation in the boundary.

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    Default Re: high and low points in a surface

    thanks CCarleton, that explains it.
    Robert

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