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latitude/longitude find nearest latitude/longitude - complex sql or complex calculation!
by Naxxy in Databases

this is little hard one. i have latitude and longitude and i want to pull the record from the database, which has nearest latitude and longitude by the distance, if that distance gets longer then specified one, then don't retrieve it.

Table structure:
place name

What is Latitude?
by cerebusPu in Education
When identifying a specific point on the earth a grid system is used, with coordinates referred to as longitude and latitude. The reference point is the Earth's equator. The equator is the imaginary line that runs along the center of the earth and divides the earth into the northern and southern hemispheres. IdentificationIn the imaginary grid, latitudinal lines run horizontally and longitudina
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How do I Get the Latitude App?
by California in Electronics
Although you cannot get the Google Latitude app from the App Store on your iPhone, you can use the web app by obtaining it from Google.com. The Latitude app allows you to see the location of your friends and contacts on a map. Likewise, you can check in at different locations, and your friends can keep tabs on where you are.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Press the Safari icon to open th
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Latitude Definition
by Prasant Jain in Hobbies, Games & Toys
It is common, when looking at a map or hearing about a location, to note the latitude and longitude. These words are used frequently in geography and are extremely important to modern map-making. You need to know the meaning of words like latitude if you want to be able to read maps, find places or understand geography. GeographyLatitude is defined as the angular distance to the north or to the

how to get latitude & logitude without using LAC
by iNate2000 in Programming Languages

I need to map a location with latitude & Longitude using a j2me app, So how to get LATITUDE & LONGITUDE By using MCC, MNC, Client ID.

How to Remember Latitude
by jwright30 in Education
Finding exact locations on a globe can be easier when you have an understanding of lines of latitude and longitude. But even with an understanding of their function, it may still be difficult to remember which lines go east to west and which lines go north to south. The following tricks will help you remember exactly which lines designate latitude.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need<

Definition of Low Latitude
by dmossakowski in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Ancient astronomers knew that the earth is round, a sphere, even though the mariners of the Middle Ages forgot and were sure that the earth was flat. The ancients figured out how to measure the earth's circumference and used that information to create a system of concentric circles to divide the earth into sections. They called the lines defined by these circles lines of latitude. Later geographer

How to Subtract Latitude on a Map
by MJRider in Education
Unlike lines of longitude, which converge at the Earth's poles and whose distances from one another depend on your exact position on the globe, the distance between two lines of latitude are constant no matter where you are. A single degree of latitude is equivalent to 69.2 miles. If you need to figure out how the distance between two measurements of latitude, therefore, it is a simple matter of s

How to Use the Sun to Determine Latitude
by snapshooter in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Before GPS and radio navigation, ancient navigators used "celestial navigation" to find their current latitude. Although they had special-purpose tools like astrolabes or sextants, you can use the sun to determine your latitude with little more than a protractor and an almanac telling you the sun's current "declination" --- its angle, relative to the earth, that varies over the course of a year fr

How to Figure Latitude
by frugivore in Education
Latitude is the angular distance north or south that originates from the Earth's equator and is measured by degrees. It measures definite distance west or east of a randomly chosen arc on the Earth's exterior, that runs from the North Pole toward the South Pole. The equator is the largest latitude circle that measures zero degrees. The latitude circles that are parallel to the equator plane get sm
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