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... so it says:   http://www.ecalc.com

GC
Perhaps so but I couldn't get it to convert negative decimal numbers to hex.

/Ruben

> ... so it says:   http://www.ecalc.com
>
> GC
> -
Google is pretty good, fast, and you probably use it anyway.  Try
these searches:

-1378 to hex
72 F to C
3 gallons to ml (google.com *defaults* to US gallons...
7 imperial gallons to litres ("google.co.uk" *defaults* to imperial
gallons..... but you can override either)
12*(3+4^7)/sqrt(78)
3 millihenries to henries
4.2 inches to cm

On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 4:28 PM,  <gacrowellmicron.com> wrote:
> ... so it says:   http://www.ecalc.com
>
> GC
Also:

100 pounds to dollars
100 gbp to aud

Tamas

On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 3:06 PM, Detrick Merz <detrickmerzhaus.org> wrote:

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Note that it can also handle mixed units and units in general in calculations.

For example:

(50 pounds) * 2 (meters per (second^2)) = 45.359237 newtons
(10e3 ohms) * 100 picofarads = 1 microsecond

On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 10:18 AM, Tamas Rudnai <tamas.rudnaigmail.com> wrote:
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>> --
Also for 19" rack users:

12U in mm

Or even "12U in in "

Cheers,
Robin.

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Of Sean Breheny
Sent: 09 July 2008 15:43
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Subject: Re: [EE] The Best Online Calculator

Note that it can also handle mixed units and units in general in
calculations.

For example:

(50 pounds) * 2 (meters per (second^2)) = 45.359237 newtons
(10e3 ohms) * 100 picofarads = 1 microsecond

Sean Breheny wrote:

> Note that it can also handle mixed units and units in general in calculations.

Unluckily it doesn't seem to be able to handle the proper unit
abbreviations, though: "100 pF in nF" and similar doesn't fly.

Gerhard

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On Wed, Jul 09, 2008 at 07:20:14PM +0100, Robin D. Bussell wrote:
> Also for 19" rack users:
>
> 12U in mm
>
> Or even "12U in in "

1U/day in furlongs/fortnight returns:

1 (U / day) = 0.00309343434 furlongs / fortnight

Frightening. Very frightening.

So any favorites for an equivilently smart calculator, but in a desktop
app?

- --
http://petertodd.org 'peter'[:-1]@petertodd.org
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On Jul 9, 2008, at 12:20 PM, Robin D. Bussell wrote:

> Also for 19" rack users:
>
> 12U in mm
>
> Or even "12U in in "
>
> Cheers,
>     Robin.

Ohhh. I didn't know it would do that.  That rocks!

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Nate Duehr
natenatetech.com

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