Programming Language: C# (CSharp)

Namespace/Package Name: System

Class/Type: Vector3

Method/Function: LSTo2D

Examples at hotexamples.com: 30

The System Vector3 LSTo2D is a method that converts a 3D vector from a spherical coordinate system to a 2D vector in the XY plane. This method takes two parameters, latitude (in degrees) and longitude (in degrees), and returns a Vector3 object with the 2D coordinates.

**Example 1:**

This code snippet takes two float variables, latitude and longitude, and passes them as parameters to the LSTo2D method. The method returns a Vector3 object that contains the 2D coordinates of the point on the XY plane. The coordinates variable now contains this value.

**Example 2:**

float latitude = 30; float longitude = 45; Vector3 coordinates = Vector3.LSTo2D(latitude, longitude);

This code snippet takes two float variables, latitude and longitude, and passes them as parameters to the LSTo2D method. The method returns a Vector3 object that contains the 2D coordinates of the point on the XY plane. The coordinates variable now contains this value.

double[] data = { 45, 60, 75, 30, 90 }; foreach (double angle in data) { Vector3 coordinates = Vector3.LSTo2D(angle, angle); Console.WriteLine("({0}, {1})", coordinates.X, coordinates.Y); }This code snippet demonstrates how the LSTo2D method can be used with an array of angles. The foreach loop iterates over each angle in the data array and calls the LSTo2D method with that angle as both latitude and longitude. The X and Y components of the resulting Vector3 object are then printed to the console. The System Vector3 LSTo2D method is part of the C# System.Numerics.Vector3 class, which is part of the System.Numerics assembly.

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