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A .NET 2.0 library that performs coordinate conversions between various geodetic coordinate systems for use in fx. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or GPS applications. Support include: - Datum transformations - Geographic, Geocentric, and Projected coordinate systems - Comp



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