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Everyone have written their share of trivial conversions - or less obvious ones where you need to Google that magic constant. Stop littering your code with unnecessary calculations, Units.NET gives you all the common units of measurement and the conversions between them. It is lightweight and thoroughly tested.
Quantities is a library for type-safe physical computations and unit conversions in Idris. Above we defined the quantities Area, Speed, Volume and Frequency in terms of Length and Time. By convention, we write quantities with capital letters.
This branch of the units library is introduces breaking changes to the API. To use the old API, please checkout tag v0.0.1. If you download the units library via go get, consider using a tool such as Glide instead to help you install/vendor specific versions of your Go dependencies. To instead use the new API, see this short migration guide for more information.
Rink is a unit-aware calculator. It can be used for physics and engineering calculations, as well as dimensionality analysis. Rink supports most systems of measurements including SI, CGS, natural, international customary, US customary, UK customary, as well as historical measurements. In addition, Rink supports currency conversions.
Unitful is a Julia package for physical units. We want to support not only SI units but also any other unit system. We also want to minimize or in some cases eliminate the run-time penalty of units. There should be facilities for dimensional analysis. All of this should integrate easily with the usual mathematical operations and collections that are found in Julia base. Stable and latest versions available.
A small C++11 header-only library for compile-time dimensional analysis and unit/quantity manipulation and conversion. This library is based on the quantity compile-time library by Michael S. Kenniston and expanded and adapted for C++11 by Martin Moene.