Use the deflection distance (DD) command to quickly create a point using a deflection angle and distance from an established line.
|point||The point identifier of the new point. You do not need to assign a point number if auto point numbering is on.|
|angle||The deflection angle as measured to the point. Type this value in the current angular units (DMS, grads, decimal degrees, radians, or mils).|
|distance||The distance from the instrument point to the point being located. It is measured in the current units unless otherwise specified. The distance is assumed to be a horizontal distance unless VA is used. When VA is used, the distance is recognized as a slope distance.|
|vertical angle||The direction of the vertical angle (zenith, horizontal, or nadir). Type this value in the current angular units (DMS, grads, decimal degrees, mils, or radians).|
|vertical distance||The elevation difference from the instrument to the prism. If the prism is higher than the instrument, then this is a positive value.|
|description||An optional description associated with the point.|