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I was posting similar post on some other site already. And I did get an answer in theory but I really need somone to help me.

So I am using this EXAMPLE for testing my GPS. What I want to do is how to get standard decimal values like 56.322415 for latitude and longitude. Because now I am getting 5304,254 value.

Funny thing is, if you look the picture that is on the project site you can see values that I really need. But when I start it I get it in British system.
I have tried to
return true
instead of line
return Transform(deciLat, deciLon, height);
But I am still getting same values.

So bottom line is how to get values that are in the picture?

I need it in this form because I will use this for Google maps.

Can you check code and tell me what should I left out or how to convert it to WGS84 format.

Thank you.
Posted 12-May-12 0:00am
Denonth224
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Solution 1

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Denonth at 12-May-12 5:32am
   
@losmac Hi, Thank you for your afford. But I my presentation of data is for example Latitude 5604,365 and I need to something like 38.654. I think conversion is made before and I can't find it in the code. Or I have misunderstood what you tried to say. If you can give me example of how to achieve this please do.
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Solution 2

Here is the picture that is on the codeproject site : HERE

And this is picture that I am getting when starting a program: HERE

Please help.
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