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Working with Units and Amounts

, 17 Jul 2013
The ultimate Unit and Amount classes for your business and physics applications!
using System;
using StandardUnits;
using TypedUnits;

namespace SampleConsoleApplication
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
            // Just a sample case:
            // ===================

            // To allow using units by name, we'll register all units declared in the "StandardUnits" assembly:

            // I'm driving in a car driving at 70 Miles per hour:
            var carSpeed = new Amount(70.0, SpeedUnits.MilePerHour);

            // I throw an apple forward through the window at 4 meter per second:
            var relativeAppleSpeed = new Amount(4.0, "meter/second");

            // So the absolute speed of the apple flowing through the air:
            var absoluteAppleSpeed = carSpeed + relativeAppleSpeed;

            // Display the result in km/h:
            Console.WriteLine("Absolute speed of the apple: {0:#,##0.00 US|kilometer/hour}", absoluteAppleSpeed);

            Console.WriteLine("Press ENTER to end.");

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Rudi Breedenraedt
Architect RealDolmen
Belgium Belgium
Rudi is a Software Architect at RealDolmen.

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