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FYI - As a new coder, you will have much better luck de-bugging your code if you include error handlers. http://webhelp.esri.com/arcgisdesktop/9.3/index.cfm?id=849&pid=839&topicname=Error_handling_with_Python import sys import traceback try: # Your indented code goes here except arcgisscripting.ExecuteError: msgs = gp.GetMessage(0) ...


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It is possible, but you have to put some effort into it. Sometimes even the spelling of an 10.0 and 10.3 script is different. Check this question for a good overview: Migrating ArcPy scripts from ArcGIS 9.3 to 10?. I would also recommend you to check out the data access module (arcpy.da) mainly for cursors, which is much faster than the regular cursors. ...


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You may be trying to work with a coverage within ArcGIS, or just wondering what the equivalent to an AAT table is in an ArcGIS feature class. The equivalent of the AAT table in an ArcGIS feature class would be it's attribute table. It is created as part of the feature class creation process and doesn't need to be built. You add/remove columns and edit data ...


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I have not used 9.3 for many years now. An alternative way to run your model is to right click on it and run in batch mode. You may be able to drag and drop multiple datasets in to the batch grid interface? I remember looping was awkward in 9.3 and the usual way of resolving things was to write a simple loop in python.


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You might want to try using the ASCII 3D To Feature Class tool. It will require that you setup a text file with the format described in the help documentation. You can also write a Python script that uses geometry objects to construct a line feature, like this example which creates a 2D line from a semi-colon delimited text file.



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