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#### Synopsis

Convert an angle to grads (gons)

#### Stack Diagram

Input Stack Output Stack
Num1 1(g)
Z1 Z1(g)
1 1(g)
V1 V1(g)
Level 1 Level 1

 Type Command Parallel list processing Group 5 Affected by flags -17 Angular Mode 1 -18 Angular Mode 2

#### Description

The A→∡g command turns a scalar or a suitable component of a composite object into an angle measured in grads.

In particular, if the component is:

• a scalar, then the number is interpreted as an angle in the current angular mode and converted to grads.
• a rectangular complex number, nothing happens;
• a polar complex number, then the angular component is converted to grads;
• an angle, then the angle is converted to grads;
• a vector, then any angle or polar complex number but not scalars is converted to grads as per above rules.

#### Compatibility

This command is new in newRPL and does not exist in userRPL.

#### Usage

1:  [ #2h ∡18° (1,2) (3,∡5.3d) ]
……………………………………………………………………………………
A→∡g

will result in

1:              [ #2h ∡20g (1,2)
(3,∡6.1111.g) ]
……………………………………………………………………………………


#### Related Commands

Command Short Description
→∡° Mark a number as an angle in degrees NEW
→∡r Mark a number as an angle in radians NEW
→∡g Mark a number as an angle in grads (gons) NEW
→∡d Mark a number as an angle in DMS (DD.MMSS) NEW
A→∡° Convert an angle to degrees NEW
A→∡r Convert an angle to radians NEW
A→∡g Convert an angle to grads (gons) NEW
A→∡d Convert an angle to DMS (DD.MMSS) NEW
→RECT Convert vector or complex to cartesian coordinates NEW
→POLAR Convert vector or complex to polar coordinates NEW
→SPHER Convert vector or complex to spherical coordinates NEW