Assuming your Localizer is an instance of the OdometricLocalizer class,

the units are the units of the wheelDiameter and trackWidth parameters

you provided in the constructor. If you are working with the example

programs and the IntelliBrain-Bot, the units are inches. The output you

included, below, is in scientific notation. The number after the E is

the exponent of 10 the mantissa is multiplied by. For example:

1.272E1 = 1.272 x 10^1 = 12.72

Scientific calculators use this notation for very large and very small

numbers. RoboJDE uses it for float variable.

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intellibrain@yahoogroups.com, "fossil_007" <fossil_007@...>

wrote:

>

> hello everyone

> i am using Localizer's getPose method to find the currrent

> location of my robot. but the pose.x and pose.y

> return the cordinate in this unit

>

> X - 1.272E1... Y - 0.505

>

> X - 2.047E1... Y - -1.283E1

>

> X - 1.273E1... Y - -2.043E1

>

> X - 4.510... Y - -1.470E1

>

> X - 9.165... Y - -6.302

>

>

> and the API for Pose say this

>

> x - x coordinate in whatever units the software uses

> y - y coordinate in whatever units the software uses

>

> now what is this Whatever unit??? can we set the unit?

> or can i convert this to normal decimal unit like...

> x=0 y=0

> x=10 y=25

>

> thanks for your time and help

> best regards

> fossil

>