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Routines for converting angular measures **

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Routines for converting angular measures.

Cycles to other units

function Math.CycleToDeg(Cycles: Double): Double;

Converts an angle measurement from Cycles to degrees (degrees = cycles * 360).

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function CycleToDeg(X): Double;

function Math.CycleToGrad(Cycles: Double): Double;

Converts an angle measurement from Cycles to grads.

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function CycleToGrad(X): Double;

function Math.CycleToRad(Cycles: Double): Double;

Converts an angle measurement from Cycles to radians (radians = 2Pi * cycles).

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function CycleToRad(X): Double;

Degrees to other units

function Math.DegToCycle(Degrees: Double): Double;

Returns the value of a degree (Degrees) measurement expressed in cycles.

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function DegToCycle(X): Double;

function Math.DegToGrad(Degrees: Double): Double;

Returns the value of a degree (Degrees) measurement expressed in grads.

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function DegToGrad(X): Double;

function Math.DegToRad(Degrees: Double): Double;

Returns the value of a degree (Degrees) measurement expressed in radians (radians = degrees(Pi/180)).

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function DegToRad(X): Double;

Grads to other units

function Math.GradToCycle(Grads: Double): Double;

Converts grad measurements (Grads) to cycles.

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function GradToCycle(X): Double;

function Math.GradToDeg(Grads: Double): Double;

Converts grad measurements (Grads) to degrees.

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function GradToDeg(X): Double;

function Math.GradToRad(Grads: Double): Double;

Converts grad measurements (Grads) to radians (radians = grads(pi/200)).

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function GradToRad(X): Double;

Radians to other units

function Math.RadToCycle(Radians: Double): Double;

Converts radians to cycles (cycles = radians/(2pi)).

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function RadToCycle(X): Double;

function Math.RadToDeg(Radians: Double): Double;

Converts radians to degrees (degrees = radians(180/pi)).

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function RadToDeg(X): Double;

function Math.RadToGrad(Radians: Double): Double;

Converts radians to grads (grads = radians(200/pi)).

 🛈 This routine has a similar routine in the Math unit (specify the Math unit in the uses list):

function RadToGrad(X): Double;

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