## SYNOPSIS

CALL NGGCOG (CLAT,CLON,CRAD,ALAT,ALON,NPTS)## C-BINDING SYNOPSIS

#include <ncarg/ncargC.h>
void c_nggcog(float clat, float clon, float crad, float *alat,

float *alon, int npts)

## DESCRIPTION

- CLAT
- (an input expression of type REAL) is the latitude, in degrees, of a point on the globe defining the center of the circle.
- CLON
- (an input expression of type REAL) is the longitude, in degrees, of a point on the globe defining the center of the circle.
- CRAD
- (an input expression of type REAL) specifies the radius of the circle. This is given as a great-circle distance, in degrees.
- ALAT
- (an output array, of type REAL, dimensioned NPTS) is an array in which the latitudes of points on the circle are to be returned.
- ALON
- (an output array, of type REAL, dimensioned NPTS) is an array in which the longitudes of points on the circle are to be returned.
- NPTS
- (an input expression, of type INTEGER) is the desired number of points to be used to represent the circle. Its value determines how accurately the circle will be represented.

## C-BINDING DESCRIPTION

The C binding argument descriptions are the same as the FORTRAN argument descriptions.## USAGE

Let C represent (CLAT,CLON) and let O represent the center of the globe. The circle is the set of all points P on the globe such that the angle POC is of the size specified by CRAD.SIN and COS are used to generate points representing a circle having the desired radius and centered at the North Pole. These points are then subjected to two rotations - one that brings the circle down to the desired latitude, and another that carries it to the desired longitude.

## EXAMPLES

Use the ncargex command to see the following relevant example: cpex10.

## ACCESS

To use NGGCOG or c_nggcog, load the NCAR Graphics libraries ncarg, ncarg_gks, and ncarg_c, preferably in that order.## MESSAGES

None.## COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 1987-2009University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

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