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  1. import os
  2. import arcpy
  3.  
  4. #inFeat is the path to your input feature class
  5. #nearFeat is the path to your near feature class
  6. #outTable is the path to the table that will be created by the function
  7. def PointDistance (inFeat, nearFeat, outTable):
  8.     #create table
  9.     tabPath, tabName = os.path.split (outTable)
  10.     arcpy.CreateTable_management (tabPath, tabName)
  11.     #add fields
  12.     fldDi = {"INPUT_FID" : "LONG",
  13.              "NEAR_FID" : "LONG",
  14.              "DISTANCE" : "DOUBLE"}
  15.     for fld in ["INPUT_FID", "NEAR_FID", "DISTANCE"]:
  16.         arcpy.AddField_management (outTable, fld, fldDi [fld])
  17.     with arcpy.da.InsertCursor (outTable, ["INPUT_FID",
  18.                                            "NEAR_FID",
  19.                                            "DISTANCE"
  20.                                            ]) as iCurs:
  21.         with arcpy.da.SearchCursor (inFeat,
  22.                                     ["OID@",
  23.                                      "SHAPE@"
  24.                                      ]) as inCurs:
  25.             with arcpy.da.SearchCursor (nearFeat,
  26.                                         ["OID@",
  27.                                          "SHAPE@"]
  28.                                         ) as nearCurs:
  29.                 for inOid, inGeom in inCurs:
  30.                     for nearOid, nearGeom in nearCurs:
  31.                         row = (inOid, nearOid,
  32.                                inGeom.angleAndDistanceTo (nearGeom) [1])
  33.                         iCurs.insertRow (row)
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