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Formatting numbers for sending to the WolframAlpha function
I have a function that gives me a number of meters; how do I attach "meters" to it and send it to WolframAlpha? The function generating the result isn't a unit-aware calculation or anything: ...
Nov 18 '13 at 14:57
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