Help please
I am trying to place points on a curve at 400 mm from the beginning and end points, and then at intervals no more than 800 mm. I imagine I could input some formula like length/800 to place the correct number of points.

I have attached an example of the problem I’m trying to solve. I’ve tried without any luck. I’m sure it’s something very simple but I’m still kind of new to GH. Any help is greatly appreciated.

I have a problem when I open the definition it seems to be incomplete. See attached image. Also my original curve in rhino is not straight so I’m not getting the result you got. I’ve internalized the curve so you can see.

This worked with a straight line but it gives me different values for non linear curves. I’ve attached the definition with the curve. Please check it out. Pf_DivideTarget_JT.gh (12.8 KB)

This works perfectly. Thank you! I’m still trying to understand how you did this and what the components do for my own learning. I appreciate the help!

I am trying to bake all the points at each segment along this line except the start and end points. Is there a way to remove this start end points from the bake? I
I’ve tried the End points component but I’m not having any luck on how to subtract them from the evaluate length component.

The picture attached shows which points I don’t want on the baked geometry.

Nice I did something similar I used cull index and for the indices I used start and endpoints of the curve. however somehow it also removed 2 points along the curve
See attached image DivideLineByLength_01_r1.gh (13.5 KB)

Start and End points are not index. By plugging in points the points are interpreted as index inegers (index is an integer, not a point) so it removes points literally at whatever the number representations of those points you input are.