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# arcpy.Array

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```            rndPt = row
# if I'm right this is how we add a multipart line feature
diagArray1 = arcpy.Array([arcpy.Point(rndPt - offset,rndPt + offset),arcpy.Point(rndPt + offset,rndPt - offset)])
diagArray2 = arcpy.Array([arcpy.Point(rndPt - offset,rndPt - offset),arcpy.Point(rndPt + offset,rndPt + offset)])
diagArray = arcpy.Array([diagArray1,diagArray2])
```

```        cur = arcpy.InsertCursor(outFeature)
for outPath in paths:
lineArray = arcpy.Array()
for vertex in outPath:
pnt = arcpy.Point()
```

```        cur = arcpy.InsertCursor(tempFans)
for outPath in paths:
lineArray = arcpy.Array()
for vertex in outPath:
pnt = arcpy.Point()
```

```    cur = arcpy.InsertCursor(tempFans)
for outPath in paths:
lineArray = arcpy.Array()
for vertex in outPath:
pnt = arcpy.Point()
```

```
# find box coordinates
boxArray = arcpy.Array()

# from start point go half width by crossbearing
```

```        if traversal < 360: path.append([centerPointX,centerPointY])

lineArray = arcpy.Array()

for vertex in path:
```

```        if debug == True: arcpy.AddMessage("Starting observer OID: " + str(obsOID))
path = []
pathArray = arcpy.Array() # this is giong to be the array storing the points that become each path polyline
coordTriple = observersWebMerc[obsOID]
longitudeOfObserver = coordTriple
```

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