As you enter data in the Traverse View, or if you import raw data, TPC uses that data to compute the position of the side shots, foresights, offsets, etc. in the traverse. If you go back and edit a starting coordinated, a target height, a backsight point, etc. you can insure that the points in the traverse reflect the change by recomputing the traverse.
When TPC recomputes a traverse, it starts with the first point in the traverse, then proceeds down through the traverse points. When it finds raw data for a point, it uses the raw data to compute the point. If TPC encounters a point without raw data, it holds the coordinates of the point and proceeds on.
Recomputing a traverse has the same effect as Undo Adjustments. If the traverse has been adjusted in any way, recomputing the traverse undoes the adjustments. The exception to this is precision. If you have applied a precision to a traverse, that precision is held during the recompute.
TPC recomputes the area, closure and precision for each selected traverse. This command insures that the traverse data displayed in the Traverses Manager is current. See Displaying Traverse Data in the Traverses Manager.
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Entering Traverse Data
Displaying Raw Data