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Geo::Coordinates::ConvUserrContributed Perl DocuGeo::Coordinates::Converter(3)

NAME
       Geo::Coordinates::Converter - simple converter of geo coordinates

SYNOPSIS
	   use strict;
	   use warnings;

	   use Geo::Coordinates::Converter;

	   my $geo = Geo::Coordinates::Converter->new( lat => '35.65580', lng => '139.65580', datum => 'wgs84' );
	   my $point = $geo->convert( dms => 'tokyo' );
	   print $point->lat;
	   print $point->lng;
	   print $point->datum;
	   print $point->format;

	   my $clone = $point->clone;
	   my $geo2 = Geo::Coordinates::Converter->new(	point => $clone	);
	   my $point2 =	$geo->convert( degree => 'wgs84' );
	   print $point2->lat;
	   print $point2->lng;
	   print $point2->datum;
	   print $point2->format;

       can you use milliseconds	format

	   my $geo = Geo::Coordinates::Converter->new( lat => -128064218, lng => 502629380 );
	   $geo->format('degree');
	   is($geo->lat, -35.573394);
	   is($geo->lng, 139.619272);

DESCRIPTION
       the format and datum of geo coordinates are simply converted.  when it
       is insufficient in the coordinate system	and the	format of the
       standard, it is possible	to add it easily.

CONSTRUCTOR
       new
	       my $geo = Geo::Coordinates::Converter->new( lat => '35.65580', lng => '139.65580', datum	=> 'wgs84' );
	       my $geo = Geo::Coordinates::Converter->new( point => $point );

   Options
       lat     set to latitude

       lng     set to longitude

       point   set to Geo::Coordinates::Converter::Point object.

	       when this is set, neither 'lat' and 'lng' and 'datum' and
	       'format'	options	are necessary having.

       datum   set to datum

       format  set to format.  it is detected automatically.

       converter
	       set to converter	object.	 Geo::Coordinates::Converter::Datum
	       can be used by default, and other conversion classes also use
	       it.

       formats the object of the format	is set by the ARRAY reference when
	       using it	excluding the formatter	of default.

       internal_format
	       the specification format	is set internally. default is degree.
	       when it dose not	like on	internal format	when datum is
	       customized, it use it.

METHODS
       convert
	   the geometric transformation	is done.  after	it converts it,
	   Geo::Coordinates::Converter::Point object it	returned.

	       # Examples:
	       my $point = $geo->convert( grs80	=> 'degree' );
	       my $point = $geo->convert( tokyo	=> 'dms' );
	       my $point = $geo->convert( dms => 'wgs84' );
	       my $point = $geo->convert('wgs84');
	       my $point = $geo->convert('degree');

AUTHOR
       Kazuhiro	Osawa <yappo {at} shibuya {dot}	pl>

SEE ALSO
       Geo::Coordinates::Converter::Point,
       Geo::Coordinates::Converter::Format, Geo::Coordinates::Converter::Datum

LICENSE
       This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the same terms as Perl itself.

perl v5.32.1			  2012-10-04	Geo::Coordinates::Converter(3)

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