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It's easier in Switzerland, they use septante, octante, nonante instead of soixante-dix, quatre-vingts, quatre-vingt-dix.
In Belgium they use some bastardised version with septante, quatre-vingt, nonante IIRC.
I actually disagree; I often deal with code using second, milliseconds, microseconds and even nanoseconds, sometimes with more than one unit in a function. Having a const (of some sort) declares what conversion was intended.
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