Michel, > here is my first cut > > f_udunits_2.inc : an include file used by f_udunits_2.f90 > f_udunits_2.f90 : the FORTRAN module itself > test_f_udunits_2.f90 : a little test program to exercise some parts of > the interface Great! Thanks! > PLS contact me if there are questions > > i added udunits_statuses.c, an idiot program to produce status values > from the original c library (goes into the .inc file) > > > I have a question > > from my little test: > COMPARE km/hour with km/hour = 0 , same system = T > COMPARE km/hour with m/second = 1 , same system = T > COMPARE km/hour with 2 knots = -1 , same system = T > COMPARE m/second with 2 knots = -1 , same system = T > > km/hour is equal to km/hour OK > km/hour is smaller than 2 knots, OK > m/s smaller than 2 knots OK > km/h is larger than m/second ???? The ut_compare() function isn't meant to indicate that one unit is "bigger" than another: it's for sorting units into, for example, a tree structure. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: LPP-247965 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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