Convert

• 07-22-2008, 10:38 PM
unix
Convert
In there an easy way, on the 50g, to convert a decimal angle into
hours and vice versa?

For example I have 16,69231389, which converted yields 16h41m32s.

Daniel.
• 07-22-2008, 10:50 PM
unix
Re: Convert
On Jul 22, 6:38*pm, Daniel Vianna <danielsemlogindece...@gmail.com>
wrote:[color=blue]
> In there an easy way, on the 50g, to convert a decimal angle into
> hours and vice versa?
>
> For example I have 16,69231389, which converted yields 16h41m32s.
>
> Daniel.[/color]

Use the \->HMS command, under the TIME menu.

16.69231389 \->HMS

returns 16.4132330004, which is the 50g's awkward way of representing
16h41m32.330004s.

S.C.
• 07-23-2008, 03:14 AM
unix
Re: Convert
In article
[email]sc_usenet@hotmail.com[/email] wrote:
[color=blue]
> On Jul 22, 6:38*pm, Daniel Vianna <danielsemlogindece...@gmail.com>
> wrote:[color=green]
> > In there an easy way, on the 50g, to convert a decimal angle into
> > hours and vice versa?
> >
> > For example I have 16,69231389, which converted yields 16h41m32s.
> >
> > Daniel.[/color]
>
> Use the \->HMS command, under the TIME menu.
>
> 16.69231389 \->HMS
>
> returns 16.4132330004, which is the 50g's awkward way of representing
> 16h41m32.330004s.
>
> S.C.[/color]

Denoting integral digits by upper case and fractional digits by lower
case,

The HMS\-> command converts HH.hhhhhhhhhh to HH.MMSSssss and
\->HMS converts HH.MMSSssss back to HH.hhhhhhhhhh, although there are
sometimes minor roundoff errors in combining them, i,e,. the original is
not quite restored by the two operations in sequence.