### PC-CoordinateType

Defined in file pcsubstance.asn
No C++ class for INTEGER with named values
PC-CoordinateType ::= INTEGER {
twod (1), -- 2D Coordinates
threed (2), -- 3D Coordinates (should also indicate units, below)
submitted (3), -- Depositor Provided Coordinates
experimental (4), -- Experimentally Determined Coordinates
computed (5), -- Computed Coordinates
standardized (6), -- Standardized Coordinates
augmented (7), -- Hybrid Original with Computed Coordinates (e.g., explicit H)
aligned (8), -- Template used to align drawing
compact (9), -- Drawing uses shorthand forms (e.g., COOH, OCH3, Et, etc.)
units-angstroms (10), -- (3D) Coordinate units are Angstroms
units-nanometers (11), -- (3D) Coordinate units are nanometers
units-pixel (12), -- (2D) Coordinate units are pixels
units-points (13), -- (2D) Coordinate units are points
units-stdbonds (14), -- (2D) Coordinate units are standard bond lengths (1.0)
units-unknown (255) -- Coordinate units are unknown or unspecified
}