you have: inch you want: cm * 2.54 / 0.3937008
A quantity is specified as a multiplicative combination of units and floating point numbers. Operators have the following precedence:
+ - add and subtract * / &215; &247; multiply and divide catenation multiply ² ³ ^ exponentiation | divide ( ... ) grouping
Most familiar units, abbreviations, and metric prefixes are recognized, together with a generous leavening of exotica and a few constants of nature including:
The complete list of units can be found in /lib/units. A file argument to units specifies a file to be used instead of /lib/units. The -v flag causes units to print its entire database.
you have: 15 pounds force/in² you want: atm * 1.020689 / 0.9797299
UNITS(1 ) | Rev: Tue Mar 31 02:42:38 GMT 2015 |