#
Line by Angle-Distance

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**Function**

This command
draws a line from an occupied point at a given angle and distance,
where the angle format supports the standard 1-9 angle-bearing codes.
It holds the current occupied point and calculates a line by
angle-distance to each entered point. As for the angle formats, the
Options choice allows for angle right, azimuth only or prompt entry
(Right/Azimuth/Prompt) methods. The Prompt method allows you to enter
the 1-9 angle-bearing codes.

**Prompts
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Occupied Point ?

Pick point or point number: pick
point

Exit/Options/SideShot/Inverse/Enter
Azimuth (ddd.mmss)
<90.0000>: 112.3024

Points/<Distance>: 290

Exit/Options/SideShot/Inverse/Enter
Azimuth (ddd.mmss) <112.3024>: O

Angle prompt angle right or
azimuth only [Right/Azimuth/Prompt]? R

Exit/Options/SideShot/Inverse/Enter
Angle (dd.mmss) <112.3024>: 88

Points/<Distance>: 300

Exit/Options/SideShot/Inverse/Enter
Angle (dd.mmss) <88>: O

Angle prompt angle right or
azimuth only [Right/Azimuth/Prompt]? P

Exit/Options/Points/Angle-Bearing Code
<7>: Enter

Enter Angle (dd.mmss) <88>:
31.4340

Points/<Distance>: 419

Exit/Options/Points/Angle-Bearing Code
<7>: E

**Pulldown Menu Location:**
COGO

**Keyboard Command: **travline

**Prerequisite:** None

**File Name:** \lsp\trav.lsp