Originally Posted by
johncc
Thanks for the ->H and ->H.MS conversion Marco.
I notice that you have implemented the rounding of values as mentioned in your PM. ie If an hours value is converted to hours, minutes and seconds, any fraction of a second is truncated so that if the conversion back to hours is made, the value is not the same.
For example, 67.7655 decimal degrees is 67 degrees 45 minutes 55.8 seconds.
With 1.0B41, 67.7655 ->H.MS gives 67.4555 I (if it is to be only seconds, should be 67.4556) and converting back ->H gives 67.7653.
What do others think about this?