Calculations with units are performed using the Java class
Here is the example of such calculations:
from jhplot import * u=UCalc() s="2 hours + 23 min - 32 sec" print s,"=",u.eval(s,"sec") # "sec" is expected unit
You will the the output with the correct number of seconds hat follows this expression.
One can make quite complicated calculations using the following constants:
pi ratio of circumference to diameter c speed of light e charge on an electron h Planck's constant
and the following functions:
ln natural logarithm log base-10 logarithm log2 base-2 logarithm exp exponential sqrt square root, sqrt(x) = x^(1/2) cuberoot cube root, cuberoot(x) = x^(1/3)
Exponents are specified using the operator ^ or **.
Let us give a more complicated example:
from jhplot import * u=UCalc() print u.eval("sqrt(10*50ft/90 (cm/s^2))","s")
which will return “13.012814
Another example: let us find suppose you want to find the wavelength, in meters, of a 200 MHz radio wave. You can do it as:
from jhplot import * u=UCalc() print u.eval("c / 200 MHz","m")
which will print the correct wavelength.