Thread: sin and cos

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    sin and cos

    Hi. This is a very simple question;
    I'm was making some rotation functions when I realized that sin() and cos() worked with Radians. Is there anyway to get it to work with degrees? I'm much more used to it.
    If there isn't a way, can anyone give me the convertion formula from Rad to Deg?


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    180 degress == PI radians

    radians = degrees / 180 * PI
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    It would be good to write your own convert functions torad and todeg in which you can use formula:


    and call for example

    where 90 is angle in Deg

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