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Engineer Number calculate

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Engineer Number calculate
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This module can easily calculate Engineer Number.

This version requires Python 3 or later.
Python 2 version may be available but no support Python 2 version.

for example.

0.
>>> from engineer_number import EngineerNumber

1.
>>> nano470 = EngineerNumber(‘470n’)
>>> nano470
470.000n
>>> nano470[‘u’]
‘0.470u’

2.
>>> c104 = EngineerNumber(‘10p’) * 10 ** 4
>>> c104 = EngineerNumber(‘10p’, 4) # equal to above line
>>> c104[‘u’]
‘0.100u’
>>> c104[‘n’]
‘100.000n’

3.
>>> G1 = EngineerNumber(‘1G’)
>>> M103 = EngineerNumber(‘103M’)
>>> G1 / M103
9.709

4.
>>> Vcc = 5
>>> k47 = EngineerNumber(‘47k’)
>>> Ibeo = Vcc / k47
>>> Ibeo
106.383u
>>> Ibeo[‘m’]
‘0.106m’
>>> Iceo = Ibeo * 140
>>> Iceo[‘m’]
‘14.894m’
>>> Io = Ibeo + Iceo
>>> Io
15.000m
>>> Io[‘’]
‘0.015’

5.
>>> kx = EngineerNumber(‘47’, 2)
>>> kx
4.700k
>>> kx[‘’]
‘4700.000’

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