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In a table, I am listing several coordinates. I want to use a number format such as this

W 95°13'14''

W 95°03'00''

...

I am using the \ang{} environment of the siunitx package.

However, there seems to be no control over the number format when e.g. W 94°02'09'', then W\ang{94;02;09} produces W94°2'9'' i.e. eliminates automatically the zeros in the decade positions.

Is there a way to define a number format?

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You have to use the right option, either locally:

W\ang[minimum-integer-digits=2]{94;2;9}

or globally:

\sisetup{minimum-integer-digits=2}
 W\ang{94;2;9}

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Or doing \newcommand{\latitude}[2]{#1\ang[minimum-integer-digits=2]{#2}}, then typing \latitude{W}{94;2;9} –  egreg Feb 5 '13 at 14:47
    
(just btw: West and East prefixes refer to the longitude and N and S to latitude) –  Paglia Orba Feb 5 '13 at 15:51

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