Diablo, 440 is exacly like 80.
If you ever touched 3D programs you'd see how you can spin a circle for 1000000 but it will still be a circle...
Yes, you can spin a circle for 1000000 since the number is being turnt into degrees.
But when using the arithmetic function, the number is not in degrees, which isn't good when you are trying to compare angles with each other, where one of them isn't in degrees. for example: 30
° > (250°
+120°
=10°) returns true, but 30 > (250+120=370) returns false where it should have returned true, since the number 370 isn't in degrees. To turn the number into degrees, use ModuloReal(number, 360.0).
I'm sorry about my bad english, but this is the only way that i can explain it.