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On 22/11/2020 12:30, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
Ha ha ha… this time I also looked at your original link. The image there
uses both E and O. Do they mean the same or else, what do they mean? Is E
for East and O for West or maybe the other way around? Anyway, in my
examples, just input a positive number for East and a negative number for
West and replace the O in my example with whatever means East.
Same goes for North and South, of course. A negative number means south, a
positive number means north. Replace the N in my example with whatever
means North in your language.

In French : N nord = north, S  sud = south, O ouest = west, E est = east


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