3.5.2.1.12 Angleint2

Description

This function is used to return angle with two lines.

Syntax

double Angleint2 (double px1, double py1, double px2, double py2,
                      double px3, double py3, double px4, double py4
                      [, int unit = 0, int direction = 0])

Parameters

px1

The X-coordinate of the first point in the first line.

py1

The Y-coordinate of the first point in the first line.

px2

The X-coordinate of the second point in the first line.

py2

The Y-coordinate of the second point in the first line.

px3

The X-coordinate of the third point in the second line.

py3

The Y-coordinate of the third point in the second line.

px4

The X-coordinate of the fourth point in the second line.

py4

The Y-coordinate of the fourth point in the second line.

unit

Specify the unit of return value. 0 indicates radians and 1 indicates degrees. The default setting is radians.

direction

Specify the direction of the return value. 0 constrains the value to the first (+x,+y) and fourth (+x,-y) quadrant. 1 returns values from 0 to 2PI radians or 0 to 360 degrees.

Return

Returns an angle as a double value in units of radians or degrees.

Example

double ff=angleint2(1,1,3,3,5,7,6,9,0);
ff=;   //Should return 0.32175055439664.

See Also

Angleint1