

my $distanceInMeters = GIS::Distance::Lite::distance($lat1, $lon1 => $lat2, $lon2); 
Calculate distance between two set of coordinates.
Parameters:
$latitude1 (number) $longitude1 (number) $latitude2 (number) $longitude2 (number) Example:
my $distanceInMeters = GIS::Distance::Lite::distance(59.26978, 18.03948 => 59.27200, 18.05375); Returns: the distance in meters; 
Inspired by: GIS::DistanceHaversine formula: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haversine_formula
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Author: Johan Beronius <johanb@athega.se>, 2010. http://www.athega.se/
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