An Efficient Scalar Class in Python
bignose+hates-spam at benfinney.id.au
Thu Mar 23 22:48:56 CET 2006
"uymqlp502 at sneakemail.com" <uymqlp502 at sneakemail.com> writes:
> A Python class was designed to represent physical scalars and to
> eliminate errors involving implied physical units (e.g., confusing
> angular degrees and radians).
This sounds like a useful abstraction; I'm not sure if there are
established ways to do this, but I'd like to see something like this
> Give it a try. If you do scientific or engineering computation, I
> bet you'll like it!
I think you'll have more uptake if you:
- make a distutils 'setup.py' for easy install/uninstall
- submit to PyPI so it's easily found and installed over the net
Please ask here, or contact me directly (email address munged) if you
want assistance with doing these steps.
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