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The one angle16deg is 1/16th of a degree.  
 
The one angle16deg is 1/16th of a degree.  
 
For example, a full circle equals 5760 (= 16*360).
 
For example, a full circle equals 5760 (= 16*360).
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Convert Angle16Deg to [[Radian|radian]]
 
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function Angle16DegToRad(const a_angle16deg:integer):double;
 
function Angle16DegToRad(const a_angle16deg:integer):double;
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Convert radian to Angle16Deg
 
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function RadtoAngle16Deg(const a_radian:double):integer;
 
function RadtoAngle16Deg(const a_radian:double):integer;
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Latest revision as of 07:25, 9 February 2020

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The one angle16deg is 1/16th of a degree. For example, a full circle equals 5760 (= 16*360).

function Angle16DegToRad

Convert Angle16Deg to radian

function Angle16DegToRad(const a_angle16deg:integer):double;
begin
  result := a_angle16deg * Pi / ( 180 * 16 );
end;

function RadtoAngle16Deg

Convert radian to Angle16Deg

function RadtoAngle16Deg(const a_radian:double):integer;
begin
  result := round ( a_radian * 180 * 16 / Pi );
end;

See also