Getting X coordinates alone from point through Python script

I am new to Dynamo and Python script. I am trying to get X coordinate alone from a point using Python script but it giving error as “getset_descriptor is not callable”.

My code

import clr
from Autodesk.DesignScript.Geometry import *

The inputs to this node will be stored as a list in the IN variables.

dataEnteringNode = IN

Place your code below this line

Assign your output to the OUT variable.




OUT = coord

Please help me to solve this error.

Thanks in advance

Should be:

And next time please use the ‘’</>’’ option when adding code for formatting reasons

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Thanks Jonathan,

I am writing the code in dynamo Python script.
I tried changing the caps of syntax after I am getting error of “AttributeError: ‘list’ object has no attribute ‘X’”

I am new to this forum so I cant able to upload my dynamo file.
Any other option is there to send the dynamo file?

@riazconst2010, Good way to learn syntax in Dynamo is to build something with standard nodes and then convert them to code using Right-click -> Node to Code.

Actually I got the syntax as you said.
Same syntax I used in Python script, even though I am getting error for that syntax.


You have to be able to distinguish between lists and what is inside lists, you’ve created a list called “point”, you append information to this list using “append”.

“point” is now a list containing exactly 1 point.

if you wish to go inside the list you can loop through it like so:

for pt in point:
    coord = pt.X

but if you are to output more than one point I’d recommend doing everything inside a loop, including appending your output to a list e.g. containing the X coordinates.

Though python is by no means necessary to export x-coordinates of points.

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Thanks Jonathan.

I am new to Dynamo and Python and in the learning stage.

This advice will solve my issue.
Once again thanks

I can really encourage going through the Dynamo Primer:

And the DesignScript guide:

Attempt to get a grasp of Dynamo before you venture into Python :slight_smile:

And if a comment solved your issue please mark it as the solution, and maybe leave a like here and there :slight_smile:

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I’m not sure exactly what you’re after, but this might be helpful

Also if you wish learning material for the python node have a look at this:


Really this materials will help me to learn the basics.

Thanks for your guidance Jonathan.
If any more quires I will seek help from you people.