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    yes they are.

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    Then you have a problem.

    All new contours should terminate where they intersect an original contour of the same elevation. The contours in blue don't appear to do that. Why?
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    yea i will do that just i didnt see wher to stop for that contour befor i conect them with the existing one .

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    sample for you to visualized it

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    actually this is the 1st page

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    Last edited by solo8591; 8th Oct 2013 at 11:53 pm. Reason: wrong

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    Here is the drawing strait from Autocad file please walk me from here.
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