Thetype exposes the following members.
Constructs a LongLat object with the specified longitude and latitude (take care not to mix these up).
Gets the latitude: a number between -90 and 90 (both inclusive) representing the South/North coordinate. -90 represents the South Pole, 90 represents the North Pole, and 0 represents the equator.
Gets the longitude: a number between -180 and 180 (both inclusive) representing the West/East coordinate, zeroed on a line passing to the rear of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich (near London in the UK).
Returns a Distance that represents the shortest distance along the surface of the Earth from this to the specified longLat.
Returns a LongLat that represents a position the specified distance East of this.
Overridden to ensure consistency with Equals.(Overrides ValueTypeGetHashCode.)
Returns a LongLat that represents a position the specified distance North of this.
Returns a LongLat that represents a position the specified distance South of this.
Returns a non-null, non-empty string representation of this instance for logging and debugging purposes.(Overrides ValueTypeToString.)
Returns a LongLat that represents a position the specified distance West of this.
Determines whether two specified LongLat instances are equal.
Determines whether two specified LongLat instances are not equal.
Also provides useful methods for measuring distances between points and moving points North, South, East, and West.