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units(1) [opensolaris man page]

units(1)							   User Commands							  units(1)

units - converts quantities expressed in standard scales to other scales SYNOPSIS
units converts quantities expressed in various standard scales to their equivalents in other scales. It works interactively in this fash- ion: You have:~~inch You want:~~cm * 2.540000e+00 / 3.937008e-01 A quantity is specified as a multiplicative combination of units optionally preceded by a numeric multiplier. Powers are indicated by suf- fixed positive integers, division by the usual sign: You have:~~15 lbs force/in2 You want:~~atm * 1.020689e+00 / 9.797299e-01 units only does multiplicative scale changes; thus it can convert Kelvin to Rankine, but not Celsius to Fahrenheit. Most familiar units, abbreviations, and metric prefixes are recognized, together with a generous leavening of exotica and a few constants of nature including: pi ratio of circumference to diameter, c speed of light, e charge on an electron, g acceleration of gravity, force same as g, mole Avogadro's number, water pressure head per unit height of water, au astronomical unit. Pound is not recognized as a unit of mass; lb is. Compound names are run together, (for example, lightyear). British units that differ from their U.S. counterparts are prefixed thus: brgallon. For a complete list of units, type: cat /usr/share/lib/unittab FILES
/usr/share/lib/unittab ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWesu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
attributes(5) SunOS 5.11 14 Sep 1992 units(1)

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