From: Matthias Schabel (boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-31 15:04:23
>>> second(1)' is much uglier than '9.8 * metres / (second*second)'
>>> for no
>>> apparent gain.
>> If '9.8 * metres / (second*second)' is a valid expression, then
>> must also be a valid expression. What is the result of the latter?
> Is it a legal expression? It's plausible that it doesn't know the
> desired representation type (double, float, etc).
meters/(second*second) == unit<acceleration_type,SI::system>()
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