Thetype exposes the following members.
Takes a string of form "latitude,longitude" and creates aobject.
Initialize from 64bit integer. See AsInt64.
Construct a newfrom an XML node.
As of 4.3: Retrieving the 'Location' attribute if it is present.
Pre 4.3: Retrieving the old attributes "Lat" and "Lon".
Create a copy of a.
Initialize from parameters.
|LatLon(Double, Double, UInt32)|
Initializes a LatLon object with a latitude, longitude, and z-level.
Return Latitude and Longitude packed as a 64bit integer.
True only if this LatLon has been assigned a valid value.
Latitude (Y) in degrees.
Longitude (X) in degrees.
Return this point formatted for WKT (Well Known Text).
Return this point formatted for WKT (Well Known Text) with Z level.
Gets or sets Lon.
Gets or sets Lat.
Gets or sets the z-level of this. It is used to determine whether there is a height difference between overlapping LatLons, for example when one road crosses another road as a bridge.
Measure distance between this and another GreatCircle(Double, Double, Double, Double)) in the specified units.(using
May have error of up to ~16 cm at equator (less, the further away from the equator the points are)
Check for equality with another LatLon by checking if they occupy the same coordinates.(Overrides .)
Create afrom position parameters.
Create a hash code for this(Overrides . .)
Gets the(Inherited from of the current instance. .)
Check whether thislies within a box defined by the minimum and maximum s. See remarks.
|PythagoreanDistanceTo|| Obsolete. |
This method is obsolete. Please use QuickDistanceTo(LatLon, DistanceUnit) instead.
Measure approximate distance between this and another LatLon (using a Pythagorean approximation). See remarks for comments on the accuracy of this method.
Return thein it's String With Z form Location="0.000000,0.000000 Z0".