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I have a feature layer with land parcels. Each parcel is a polygon. So, I want to calculate the perimeter of each polygon using VBA and ArcObjects. Is there any ready code in VBA and ArcObjects to do this?

Any help please?

Thanks Deme

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You could use the ICurve3 interface. Here is a full ArcObjects sample.

Dim dblPerimeter as double
Dim pCurve as ICurve3
Set pCurve = pYourPolygon    
dblPerimeter = pCurve.Length

Update - Select feature, code example link:

  • Thank you for that code. However, what I have to do before that; I mean I have just to write a code to select the certain polygon? – Demetris Jun 1 '11 at 12:21
  • @Demetris, I will update my answer with a select feature code example. – artwork21 Jun 1 '11 at 12:47
  • Ok. Thank you very much. So, the new code will be complete to check it? – Demetris Jun 1 '11 at 14:26
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All polygons have a length property, so you can simply access that.

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