Find location by its coordinates

Type coordinates into the search input in of the following formats:
 Degrees, minutes, and seconds (DMS): 31°24'12.2"N 12°10'26.5"E
 Degrees and decimal minutes (DMM): 31 24.20, 12 10.44
 Decimal degrees (DD): 31.403, 12.174

@ivo Yes, it does work well but I tried it on my own and could have saved a bit of time if it was somehow made a “visible” option, but not a big deal. Just glad it works. Wish I could force the location to become the default for me. Maybe I can turn off Location for the program?
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@ivo said in Find location by its coordinates:
31°24'12.2"N 12°10'26.5"E
Looks like there is a little problem with the DMS location format analysis :
In the example above, 31°24'12.2"N 12°10'26.5"E goes actually to 31°24'12.2"N 2°10'26.5"E.
Only the units (last digit) of E coordinates is taken into account.
For the North coordinates, it's OK.
With the DDM model, it's also OK 
What coordinate system does the system use ?

hello, I am still trying to understand on how to find location by its coordinates. and am still having trouble to understand. WOuld you help me understand how we are converting it to degrees and decimal minutes mentioned on your example above please. I am not following how it got to DMM 31 24.20, 12 10.44. Please advise. thank you

@Flojo85
DMS coordinates is the traditional way to display latitude and longitude of a location, by the values of circular arcs on the globe. In this case N or S is added to latitude and W or E to longitude and coordinates are expressed in degrees, minutes and seconds.In DMM you have to imagine the coordinates in a Cartesian coordinate system with the origin at 0°, 0°.
W and S are replaced by a negative sign. W 12° > 12 and S 31° > 31, while N and E remain positive.
Then minutes remain unchanged.
Seconds are replaced by 1/10 of minutes. 30” / 60 x 10 = .50