Calculates the distance between two points

The function \(Distance\) calculates the distance between two points in the coordinate system. The endpoints of the distance are defined with their X / Y coordinates or two objects of class \(Point\).

Distance (x1, y1, x2, y2)

Distance (Point(x, y), Point(x, y))

Distance(Point(1,5),Point(4,8))= 4.24

By using the \(Point \) objects, the distance can also be calculated with arguments other than \(x / y \). The class \(Point \) contains its own methods for calculating the properties.

Suppose only the x-coordinates are known. \(y \) is unknown, but the angles from the 0 point can be determined

For Point a we determine an angle to the x-axis of 78.69° and for Point b 63.43°

In the initialization of \(Point \) a command string must be inserted to tell that the arguments are the position \(x \) and the angle \(alpha \).

Distance(Point("x,α",1,78.69),Point("x,α",4,63.43))= 4.24