I wanted know if it looks like my python is right below? I know that the non-python stuff is probably not known to most of you. I have a question mostly about my use of the enumerate function. I am hoping that this line:
gp.interpolatepolytopatch_3d (tin, InPolygon + ("_%03d" % numbers[tin_index]) +".shp", OutPolygon + ("_%03d" % numbers[tin_index]) +".shp")
Reads as: gp.interpolatepolytopatch_3D(C:/giswork/DEMS/dem2tin/tin_001, C:/temp/raster2polygon01/LC2001_001, C:/temp/3Dpoly2patch2001/3D_area_2001_001)"
gp.interpolatepolytopatch_3D(C:/giswork/DEMS/dem2tin/tin_002, C:/temp/raster2polygon01/LC2001_002, C:/temp/3Dpoly2patch2001/3D_area_2001_002)"
gp.interpolatepolytopatch_3D(C:/giswork/DEMS/dem2tin/tin_100, C:/temp/raster2polygon01/LC2001_100, C:/temp/3Dpoly2patch2001/3D_area_2001_100)"
Will it? Can I use the enumerate function twice in the same line like I did and expect it to give me the same value for those two instances? I am not very familiar with the function.