This is what you need for choosing the direction (this is an example with hardcoded values): private int correctedDirectionCalculation(int calculation){ return calculation >= 0 ? calculation : calculation + 360; } public void chooseDirection() { int targetDirection = 5; int currentDirection = 360; int goingRightDistance = correctedDirectionCalculation(targetDirection - currentDirection); int...

algorithm,graph,graph-algorithm,minimum-spanning-tree,degrees

To summarize the suggested algorithm [with tightened requirements on epsilon (which you called x)]: Pick a tiny epsilon (such that epsilon * deg(u) is less than d, the smallest non-zero weight difference between any pair of subgraphs). In the case all the original weights are natural numbers, epsilon = 1/(deg(u)+1)...

Given points p1, p2 on a circle with center center, you would compute the difference vectors first: let v1 = CGVector(dx: p1.x - center.x, dy: p1.y - center.y) let v2 = CGVector(dx: p2.x - center.x, dy: p2.y - center.y) Then let angle = atan2(v2.dy, v2.dx) - atan2(v1.dy, v1.dx) is the...

matlab,toolbox,degrees,radians

Thank-you excaza for telling me how to view the source code for both functions. Thank-you hbaderts for telling me to check licenses in use. Here is what I've found. They are functionally identical. Here are the only differences I could find: 1. The bolded line below that states that deg2rad...

How about this: vec_deg2=mod(radtodeg(vec), 360) ...

vb.net,csv,encoding,streamwriter,degrees

Encoding.ASCII is for the standard 7-bit ASCII encoding, which does not contain a degree symbol at all. In order to get a degree symbol in ASCII, you would have to use one of the many 8-bit ASCII encodings. For English, you'd probably be most interested in using the ISO 8859-1...

imageview,compass,navigator,degrees

This is just basic trig: deltaY = P2_y - P1_y deltaX = P2_x - P1_x angleInDegrees = atan2(deltaY, deltaX) * (180 / PI) Via this answer....

A good solution was posted here. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!starred/comp.lang.idl-pvwave/EsbGiqZnhRw Effectively, writing a function to perform write user defined tick marks....

java,math,trigonometry,degrees,radians

I believe you are overcomplicating this. If your starting point is (sx, sy) and your destination is (dx, dy) then you can easily calculate any point (x, y) that is p distance along the line (0.0 <= p <= 1.0). You can use this to move at velocity v. So...