On 2016-10-29 17:43, Nick Timkovich wrote: [snip]
Also, for discussion, remember to make the distinction between 'units' (amps, meters, seconds) and 'prefixes' (micro, milli, kilo, mega). Right away from comments, it seems 1_m could look like 1 meter to some, or 0.001 to others. Typically when I need to enter very small/large literals, I'll use "engineering" SI notation (powers divisible by 3 that correspond to the prefixes): 0.1e-9 = 0.1 micro____.
[snip] 0.1e-9 is 0.1 nano___.