📍 The COORDINATES function allows you to create a coordinate-type value with a pair of X and Y values. It is particularly useful for storing location information, such as points on a map or geographic locations.
It can be associated with the following functions:
📍 The COORDY() function allows you to extract the Y part of a coordinate pair. It helps to obtain only the Y value from stored coordinates.
📍 The COORDX function is used to extract the X part of a coordinate pair. It helps to obtain only the X value from stored coordinates.
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➡️ Structure:
- 🟡 Column1 X: The first value representing the X coordinate.
- 🟡 Column2 Y: The second value representing the Y coordinate.
- 🔵 COORDINATES(): The function that creates a coordinate pair with the two provided values.
➡️ Example:
In this example, the function COORDINATES(123, 456) will create a coordinate pair where 123 represents the X value and 456 represents the Y value.
Expected result:
A coordinate value, i.e., X = 123 and Y = 456.
👁️🗨️ Related articles for managing coordinate points:
📝 Practical use:
These three functions are ideal for manipulating and working with location data in an application. For example, by combining GEOLOC(), COORDINATES, COORDX, and COORDY, you can manage geographic points and display them on maps or perform calculations related to the distance between two points.
💡 These functions are essential for representing data in the map view 🗺️ of TimeTonic, allowing you to manipulate and display geographic coordinates accurately on a map. |
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