Re: physical constants header file

Discussion in 'C++' started by Richard Herring, Oct 19, 2004.

  1. In message <cksn2i$9nc$>, E. Robert Tisdale
    <> writes
    [molto snippo]
    > const double Hertz = 1.0/second;
    > const double Newton = kilogram*meter/(second*second);
    > const double Pascal = Newton/(meter*meter);
    > const double Joule = Newton*meter;
    > const double Watt = Joule/second;
    > const double Ampere = 1.0;
    > const double Volt = Watt/Ampere;
    > const double Ohm = Volt/Ampere;
    > const double Siemens = mho;
    > const double Coulomb = Ampere*second;
    > const double Farad = Coulomb/Volt;
    > const double Weber = Volt*second;
    > const double Tesla = Weber/(meter*meter);
    > const double Henry = Weber/Ampere;
    > const double Kelvin = 1.0;


    Bzzzt. SI units named after people have lowercase names.

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    Richard Herring
    Richard Herring, Oct 19, 2004
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