Set Longitude from string Expects a '-' sign for West longitudes any character other than a digit, decimal (period) or a - sign is ignored completely and not used in parsing Accepted types of co-ordinates are: Decimal degrees: "-49.3435" Degree decimal minutes: "49°22.456" Degrees Minutes Seconds Decimal seconds: "49° 22' 13.456''" Degree symbols are ignored and thus optional as well as minute ' or seconds '' symbols traditionally used. All that is important is that there is a space or non-numeric character between the groups of digits. If a single number is found it is assumed to be decimal degrees. If two separate numbers are found it is assumed to be Degree decimal minutes If three separate groups of numbers are found it is assumed to be Degress minutes seconds

Namespace: GZTW.AyaNova.BLL
Assembly: GZTW.AyaNova.BLL (in GZTW.AyaNova.BLL.dll) Version: (


public void LongitudeFromString(
	string strLongitude
Visual Basic
Public Sub LongitudeFromString ( _
	strLongitude As String _
Visual C++
void LongitudeFromString(
	String^ strLongitude


Type: System..::..String
String indicating coordinate

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