### ATN

Returns the arctangent of a number

**Syntax:**

**Usage:**

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*result*= Atn(

*number*)

**Parameters:**

*number*
A number.

**Return Value:**

The angle, in radians, whose tangent is

`, in the range [-Pi/2..Pi/2].`*number***Description:**

`returns the arctangent of the argument`

**Atn**`as a`

*number*`Double`within the range of -Pi/2 to Pi/2. The arctangent is the inverse of the

`Tan`function. The returned angle is measured in radians (not degrees).

`can be overloaded as operator to accept user-defined types.`

**Atn****Examples:**

Print "Pi ="; Atn ( 1.0 ) * 4

Print Atn ( 4 / 5 )

Print Atn ( 4 / 5 )

The output would be:

Pi = 3.141592653589793 0.6747409422235527

**Differences from QB:**

- None

**See also:**

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