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# Lat Long

Converts latitude expressed in degrees, minutes and seconds into Degrees.
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## Latitude

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 doublelatitude( int degrees int minutes = 0 float seconds = 0 char compassDirection = 'N' )
Converts a geographical location in degrees, minutes and seconds into a single numeric angle from the center of the earth, expressed in Degrees.

There are a total of 180 degrees from the South pole to the North pole. By convention there are 60 minutes in one degree, and naturally 60 seconds in each minute.

### Example 1

#include <codecogs/maths/geometry/spherical/latlong.h>
#include <iostream>
int main()
{
std::cout << "New York is at a Latitude  of: " << latitude(40,47,0,'N') << " degrees" << std::endl;
std::cout << "London is at a Latitude of: " << latitude(51,32,0,'N') << " degrees" << std::endl;
return 0;
}
Output:
New York is at a Latitude  of: 40.7833 degrees
London is at a Latitude of: 51.5333 degrees

### Parameters

 degrees Degrees from -90 to 90 minutes Minutes from 0 to 60. seconds Seconds from 0 to 60. compassDirection The key direction either 'N' for North, or 'S' for South.
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## Longitude

Longitude Calculator

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 doublelongitude( int degrees int minutes = 0 float seconds = 0 char compassDirection = 'N' )
Returns an geographical location in degrees, minutes and seconds as a single numeric angle from the center of the earth, expressed in Degrees. There are a total of 360 degrees around the world. By convention there are 60 minutes in one degree, and naturally 60 seconds in each minute.

### Example 2

#include <codecogs/maths/geometry/spherical/latlong.h>
#include <iostream>
int main()
{
std::cout << "New York is at a Longitude of: " << longitude(73,58,0,'W') << " degrees" <<
std::endl;
std::cout << "London is at a Longitude of: " << longitude(0,5,0,'W') << " degrees" << std::endl;
return 0;
}
Output:
New York is at a Longitude of: -73.9667 degrees
London is at a Longitude of: -0.0833333 degrees

### Parameters

 degrees Degrees from -180 to 180. if you need to go futher than 180 degrees east or west, then you should describe that location from the opposite direction. minutes Minutes from 0 to 60. seconds Seconds from 0 to 60. compassDirection The key direction either 'N' for North, or 'S' for South.
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