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## FractSineCosine

You can use the`FractSineCosine`

function to obtain both the sine and cosine of an angle measured in degrees.

fract FractSineCosine (Fixed degrees, fract *cosine);

`degrees`

- The angle in degrees for which the cosine and sine are required.
`cosine`

- A pointer to the location where the cosine of the angle is required.
function result- The sine of the angle specified.
## DESCRIPTION

Given the`degrees`

parameter in degrees, the`FractSineCosine`

function returns the sine as the function result and the cosine in the`cosine`

parameter. Values for the`degrees`

parameter are specified in degrees, not radians. The range of the angle is -32,768 to +32,769.999 degrees.

7 JUL 1996