I have created a library (or header, always forget the difference) that allows you to do trig functions in degrees instead of radiance.
I know that some of you are thinking what is the point because you can just times it by whatever. But when i did this i found that it was confusing to read so i said enough was enough! I made them in degrees. I have also seen on other forums that people always ask if there is a degree function.
Which one is more confusing?
sin(x * (3.141592 / 180));
or this one? (my one)
Most information is on the website and as far as i know, this works on code blocks (place it in the include file) but not sure about other IDE's.
Select the C++ Library menu and hey presto you have it!
I only ask that if you use it, just tell people of it because I think IDE's should include it...
Thanks for your time