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measures.getoffset - Function

1.4.1 get the offset of a measure


Description

getoff gets the actual offset of the measure (as a measure) or F if no offset given.

Arguments





Inputs

v

measure (array of measures)

allowed:

record

Default:

Returns
record

Example

 
 
print "\t----\t getoffset Ex 1 \t----"  
b=me.direction(’j2000’,’0deg’,’80deg’)  
print me.getvalue(b)  
#{’m0’: {’value’: 0.0, ’unit’: ’rad’},  
# ’m1’: {’value’: 1.3962634015954634, ’unit’: ’rad’}}  
print me.gettype(b)  
#’Direction’  
print me.getref(b)  
#’J2000’  
print me.getoffset(b)  
#{}  
 

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