Parses a file with a certain structure and converts to the desired metric unit.
Final individual project for the “Tendencias en desarrollo de aplicaciones” class.
## App objective
This CLI (Command Line App) can be used to convert from one longitude unit from the International Unit System to another one.
## App installation
First, you need to have pip installed; it’s the python package manager that you’ll use to then install the application. You can get it [here](https://www.liquidweb.com/kb/install-pip-windows/), however, it should be preinstalled on your system; still, I recommend upgrading to the latest version to avoid conflicts.
After installing pip, you can just run this command: pip install unitrans-evalir
When you install it with pip (beware, this will also install all of the CLI dependencies), you can then use it by running UniversalTranslator –help: this will display the help file with all the command options.
` pip install unitrans-evalir UniversalTranslator --pathname input.txt --writepath output.txt `
This example will take the input.txt file that you have created on the folder you’re in, process the contents, and write to the output.txt file the converted units.
### Note for windows users
For using the command line app, you MUST have installed these 3 things:
The latest version of Python 3.
The latest version of PyPI.
Git Bash. Using the normal windows prompt and powershell will not work. You MUST use the linux subsystem command line or the Git bash to use the application.
### Input Format example:
1 m cm: 1 meter to centimeters. 2 dm km: 2 decimeters to kilometers. For further info about usage, please refer to [this table on wikipedia.](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metre)
Please take a look at the CONTRIBUTING.MD file.
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