Text to DTM [Résolu]

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Hi

I just imported a 2D dwg, with a land survey. I have the points with a text, showing the altitude of each point.
I could put a point symbol with the correct hight, to generate a DTM, but it will take hours (there's hundreds of points). Is there any form to automaticaly generate DTM point symbols, getting the height from the text?

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From my experience there is no possibility to take the text from a drawing and use it to set a point symbol's height.

I think the only chance is to have a table with the coordinates and create an *.asc file like in the pages 116-119 of the geodesy tutorial. Unfortunetaly it looks quite complicated.

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From my experience there is no possibility to take the text from a drawing and use it to set a point symbol's height.

I think the only chance is to have a table with the coordinates and create an *.asc file like in the pages 116-119 of the geodesy tutorial. Unfortunetaly it looks quite complicated.

Thanks for your reply.

I searched the web and I found a Lisp that does exactly what I wanted (I kept my Autocad 2000, just in case, Lisp was the feature I loved most).

I tried your suggestion, getting an ascii file was easy, I justed cleaned the drawing and exported it as dxf.

The problem was to make the table, as the file has the coordinates by lines rather than columns, so I could easely replace de Z coordinates by the text values. And the drawing has more than 2500 points.

Autocad still comes in handy sometimes ;)

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