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manual:chapter6:angles:cmd_tagdms [2019/10/22 13:27]
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 ^  __Input Stack__ ​ ^  ^  __Output Stack__ ​ ^ ^  __Input Stack__ ​ ^  ^  __Output Stack__ ​ ^
-|  **Num<​sub>​1</​sub>​**  |  **→** ​ |  **∡<​sub>​1</​sub>​** ​ |+|  **Num** ​ |  **→** ​ |  **∡<​sub>​DMS</​sub>​** ​ |
 |  //Level 1//  |  //​→// ​ |  //Level 1//  |  |  //Level 1//  |  //​→// ​ |  //Level 1//  | 
  
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   * **MM** expresses the number of minutes of arc and ranges from ''​00''​ to ''​59'';​   * **MM** expresses the number of minutes of arc and ranges from ''​00''​ to ''​59'';​
   * **SS** expresses the number of seconds of arc and ranges from ''​00''​ to ''​59'';​   * **SS** expresses the number of seconds of arc and ranges from ''​00''​ to ''​59'';​
-  * **xxx...** expresses the fraction of seconds of arc.+  * **xxx...** expresses the remaining ​fraction of seconds of arc.
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 When a scalar is converted to an angle in degrees / minutes / seconds no check is performed to ensure that the digits at **MM** and **SS** positions range from ''​00''​ to ''​59''​. However addition of ''​0''​ (or multiplication by ''​1''​) will return a properly //​normalized//​ angle. When a scalar is converted to an angle in degrees / minutes / seconds no check is performed to ensure that the digits at **MM** and **SS** positions range from ''​00''​ to ''​59''​. However addition of ''​0''​ (or multiplication by ''​1''​) will return a properly //​normalized//​ angle.
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