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Those lines and vertices are actually holes or islands on your polygon. Try using the delete part or delete ring tools in the advanced digitizing toolbar, and click on one of the nodes. I have noticed that sometimes you need to drag one or more nodes a bit to be able to click on the hole\island boundaries to delete it. Hope it helps.
What licence level is your ArcMap? Intersect should work with a set tolerance. http://help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/index.html#//00080000000p000000.htm should create a new polyline with nodes where your vertices were. You will need to rebuild your network afterwards
It sounds like you are working with polygons. I created a 4-corner polygon in a FGDB, and when I look at it in the editor, it does have 4 vertices: However, when I run the following script on it, you can see it does indeed have 5 vertices (as it should), where the first and last are the same in order to close the polygon: import arcpy infc = ...
There is a great chapter in concept and samples explaining editing in ArcGIS Engine: ArcGIS Engine editing and How to work with the snap environment
In ArcMap, open the Attribute Table of the feature class in question. Go to the field properties by right-clicking the column heading of the fields in question (one at a time) and selecting Properties Click the box that looks like this [...] next to Numeric and set the rounding.
I am a GIS trainer in France and this problem happened to one of my students. The file he was editing on (process of georeferencing before) was not correct and the georeferencing tool was still open when the problem occurred. When referencing the image properly and closing the georef tool before editing the problem didn't appear anymore. Hope this will help. ...
If the SpatialPolygonsDataFramehas just one part for each polygon, you can use the following: # test data from www.gadm.org: administrative boundaries Liechtenstein/Level 1 R> load("LIE_adm1.RData") # check number of parts R> sapply(gadm@polygons, function(x) length(x))  1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 # number of vertices R> sapply(gadm@polygons, ...
For a different approach to the problem, you can start with the Simplify Polygon (Cartography) tool in your model or ArcPy code. This will handle the simplifications before extracting vertices, meaning only the "critical" vertices will be extracted. The error_option parameter will also allow you to maintain the topology (shared borders) of the polygons if ...
Such holes can often occur when you merge polygons (depending on the data quality). There is a tool called delete ring on the Advanced Digitizing toolbar. Select it and then click near (depending on your snapping presets) one of the nodes around the "hole". This will delete the ring.
Just landed on this query. Hope you have found the answer by now, or if not, here I guess is the answer. For a given roi object, say 'oroi', use this command to get the vertices >> oroi -> GetProperty, data=a so, here 'a' will have the X,Y,Z values of the vertices. Actually do 'a(*)+=0.5' to get the vertices values (at the center of the pixels). ...
I don't know what this tool will do to COGO attributes but, if you have an Advanced license, then the Split Line At Vertices tool from Data Management may be what you should try.
Click the Delete Vertex tool on the Edit Vertices toolbar and drag a box around the vertices to delete. You can also hold down D and drag a box, or press BACKSPACE, to delete selected vertices. http://help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/index.html#//001t00000097000000.htm
If you are using a earlier version pre ArcGIS 10 you could use the following tools: Vertex Tool Delete Multiple Vertex by drawing a polygon
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