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 wiki:guides:authors:units [2016/02/29 06:13]Brian Collins wiki:guides:authors:units [2016/02/29 06:19] (current)Brian Collins Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2016/02/29 06:19 Brian Collins 2016/02/29 06:13 Brian Collins 2014/12/09 09:03 Zoltan [Other Uses of Units] 2014/12/09 08:59 Zoltan [Inline Units in Expressions] 2014/12/09 08:59 Zoltan [Realboxes and Integerboxes] 2014/12/09 08:58 Zoltan [Use of Units] 2014/12/09 08:57 Zoltan [Creating New Sets of Units] 2014/12/09 07:38 Zoltan [Units] 2014/12/09 07:37 Zoltan [Units] 2014/09/09 05:08 Zoltan Links adapted because of a move operation2014/09/09 05:06 Zoltan 2014/09/05 10:16 Zoltan 2014/09/05 10:16 Zoltan created 2016/02/29 06:19 Brian Collins 2016/02/29 06:13 Brian Collins 2014/12/09 09:03 Zoltan [Other Uses of Units] 2014/12/09 08:59 Zoltan [Inline Units in Expressions] 2014/12/09 08:59 Zoltan [Realboxes and Integerboxes] 2014/12/09 08:58 Zoltan [Use of Units] 2014/12/09 08:57 Zoltan [Creating New Sets of Units] 2014/12/09 07:38 Zoltan [Units] 2014/12/09 07:37 Zoltan [Units] 2014/09/09 05:08 Zoltan Links adapted because of a move operation2014/09/09 05:06 Zoltan 2014/09/05 10:16 Zoltan 2014/09/05 10:16 Zoltan created Line 1: Line 1: - ====== ​Units ====== + ====== ​UNITS ====== It is likely that a number, especially a real number, required as input for an EASAP will represent a measurement of some kind, and then a ‘unit’ of measure will be associated with this number. To accommodate this situation, EASAPs allow the use of ‘units’ to be defined. There are two basic uses of units in an EASAP: It is likely that a number, especially a real number, required as input for an EASAP will represent a measurement of some kind, and then a ‘unit’ of measure will be associated with this number. To accommodate this situation, EASAPs allow the use of ‘units’ to be defined. There are two basic uses of units in an EASAP: