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MgrsConversionMode Class

(Esri::ArcGISRuntime::MgrsConversionMode)

Enumerates the lettering scheme and treatment of coordinates at 180 degrees longitude when converting MGRS. More...

Since: Esri::ArcGISRuntime 100.1

Detailed Description

Enumerates the lettering scheme and treatment of coordinates at 180 degrees longitude when converting MGRS.

The MgrsConversionMode can be one of:

ValueDescription
MgrsConversionMode::Automatic (0)The choice of MGRS lettering scheme is based on the datum and ellipsoid of the spatial reference provided. Spatial references with new datums (e.g. WGS 84) assume new lettering scheme (AA scheme). This is equivalent to MgrsConversionMode::New180InZone60. Spatial references with older datums (e.g. Clarke 1866, Bessel 1841, Clarke 1880) assume old lettering scheme (AL scheme). This is equivalent to MgrsConversionMode::Old180InZone60. When converted, points with longitude of exactly 180 degrees are placed in zone 60.
MgrsConversionMode::New180InZone01 (1)The MGRS notation uses the new lettering scheme (AA scheme) and, when converted, places points with longitude of 180 degrees in zone 01.
MgrsConversionMode::New180InZone60 (2)The MGRS notation uses the new lettering scheme (AA scheme) and, when converted, places points with longitude of 180 degrees in zone 60.
MgrsConversionMode::Old180InZone01 (3)The MGRS notation uses the old lettering scheme (AL scheme) and, when converted, places points with longitude of 180 degrees in zone 01.
MgrsConversionMode::Old180InZone60 (4)The MGRS notation uses the old lettering scheme (AL scheme) and, when converted, places points with longitude of 180 degrees in zone 60.

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