How can I get this script to run in Rhino common vs rhinoscriptsyntax?

rs.PointInPlanarClosedCurve(pts[i],Curve) returns True and False

but

rg.Curve.Contains(curve, pts[i], plane, 0.001) returns “Inside” and “Outside”

How do I change the logic in this to make the Rhino.Geometry work?
if boolean[i] == True:
ptIn.append(pts[i])
if boolean[i] == False:
ptIn.append(pts[i])

Should I be checking if “Inside” or “Outside” are in boolean first?

I am using the ghPython node in grasshopper.

import Rhino
import random

pts =
for i in range(0,4):
pt = Rhino.Geometry.Point3d(random.uniform(0,10), random.uniform(0,10), 0)
pts.append(pt)

boolean =
ptIn =
ptOut =

for i in range(len(pts)):
pt_in_or_not = Rhino.Geometry.Curve.Contains(curve, pts[i], plane, 0.001)
boolean.append(pt_in_or_not)

#Contains function returns "Inside" and "Outside" NOT True and False
if boolean[i] == True:
ptIn.append(pts[i])
if boolean[i] == False:
ptIn.append(pts[i])

Here is the code behind rs.PointInPlanarClosedCurve():

def PointInPlanarClosedCurve(point, curve, plane=None, tolerance=None):
"""Determines if a point is inside of a closed curve, on a closed curve, or
outside of a closed curve
Parameters:
point (point|guid): text point
curve (guid): identifier of a curve object
plane (plane, optional): plane containing the closed curve and point. If omitted,
the currently active construction plane is used
tolerance (number, optional) it omitted, the document abosulte tolerance is used
Returns:
number: number identifying the result if successful
0 = point is outside of the curve
1 = point is inside of the curve
2 = point in on the curve
Example:
import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs
curve = rs.GetObject("Select a planar, closed curve", rs.filter.curve)
if rs.IsCurveClosed(curve) and rs.IsCurvePlanar(curve):
point = rs.GetPoint("Pick a point")
if point:
result = rs.PointInPlanarClosedCurve(point, curve)
if result==0: print "The point is outside of the closed curve."
elif result==1: print "The point is inside of the closed curve."
else: print "The point is on the closed curve."
See Also:
PlanarClosedCurveContainment
PlanarCurveCollision
"""
point = rhutil.coerce3dpoint(point, True)
curve = rhutil.coercecurve(curve, -1, True)
if tolerance is None or tolerance<=0:
tolerance = scriptcontext.doc.ModelAbsoluteTolerance
if plane:
plane = rhutil.coerceplane(plane)
else:
plane = scriptcontext.doc.Views.ActiveView.ActiveViewport.ConstructionPlane()
rc = curve.Contains(point, plane, tolerance)
if rc==Rhino.Geometry.PointContainment.Unset: raise Exception("Curve.Contains returned Unset")
if rc==Rhino.Geometry.PointContainment.Outside: return 0
if rc==Rhino.Geometry.PointContainment.Inside: return 1
return 2

I might be biting off more than I can chew with trying to convert some rhinoscriptsyntax scripts into Rhino Common, but I am going to try. I hope I don’t bother this forum too much with my questions.