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Write a conditional branching script

How can I write a Python script that conditionally branches between two variables depending on the number of features in the feature class. If there are more than 10 features in the incoming feature class, we are going to create a new feature class in the dataset. Else, we are going to append the incoming features to an existing feature class. At this point, assume only polygon features, and load to a polygon feature class.

**This is for work with ArcGIS**
Nov 19 '08 #1
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Curtis Rutland
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