'Examples of using Conversion functions
'set the system variable angles to radians
Angles = Rad
Angles mode set to Radians
'suppose an angle is given in degrees
myAngle = 45
myAngle = 45
'calculate the angle in radians
myAngleRadians = Deg2Rad(myAngle)
myAngleRadians = 0.785398163
'calculate the sine of the angle
Sin(myAngleRadians)
Ans = 0.707106781
'Some special values
Rad2Cycle(2 * Pi)
Ans = 1
Rad2Deg(2 * Pi)
Ans = 360
Rad2Grad(2 * Pi)
Ans = 400
Rad2Deg(0.25 * Pi)
Ans = 45
Rad2Grad(1 * Pi)
Ans = 200
'You can use combinations of conversion functions
'to convert for example from degrees to cycles
Deg2Rad(Rad2Cycle(360))
Ans = 1
Grad2Rad(Rad2Deg(200))
Ans = 180