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From: Jonathan de Halleux (dehalleux_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-13 01:54:44

>I think he means dimension-less or non-dimensional. "Reynolds Number" would
>be a good example. I'm not sure what a Units library would do in this case.

Ooops, non native english speaker. In fact, Reynolds, Mach, Froude numbers
are examples of dimension-less quantities.

Here's an example:

new_unit<>::acceleration gravity( 9.81 );
new_unit<>::acceleration my_acc( ... );

double d = my_acc / gravity ; // is this working ? it has no dimension.

>Jeff Flinn
>Applied Dynamics, International
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