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Why write another unit converter? There are plenty of them out there. Well, I couldn't find one that worked quite the way I wanted.
With ConvertAll, you can combine the units any way you want. If you want to convert from inches per decade, that's fine. Or from meter-pounds. Or from cubic nautical miles. The units don't have to make sense to anyone else.
The base units for conversion may be either typed (with auto-completion) or selected from a list.
As a unit is typed, the unit list is automatically filtered to show only units with matching words.
In general, either a unit's full name or its abbreviation can be used.
Units may be combined with the "*" and "/" operators.
Units may be raised to powers (squared, cubed, etc.) with the "^" operator.
Units in the denominator may be grouped with parenthesis.
Units with non-linear scales, such as temperature, can also be converted.
Recently used unit combinations may be picked from a menu.
Numbers may be entered on either the "From" or the "To" units side, for conversions in both directions.
Basic mathematical expressions may be entered in place of numbers.
Options control the formatting of numerical results.
The unit data includes over 500 units.
Conversions between various number bases (decimal, hexadecimal, octal and binary) can be done in a separate dialog window.
A decimal number can be converted to fractional numbers in a separate dialog window.
The format of the unit data file makes it easy to add additional units.
Command line options are available to do conversions without the GUI.
The user interface and the unit data are available in Catalan, English, French, German, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.
How to Use ConvertAll? Click here.
March 22, 2020 - Release 0.8.0
Added a separate base conversion dialog to convert between different base numbering systems. It converts from/to decimal, hexadecimal, octal and binary bases.
Added a separate fraction conversion dialog to convert from decimal to fractional numbers. It provides a list of fractions in order of increasing accuracy.
A GUI font selection button was added to the Options dialog. This allows larger fonts to be used for high resolution displays.
A new GUI color setting dialog was added to the Options dialog. It allows a dark theme to be selected, or colors can be selected individually.
Added the Beaufort wind speed unit.
R-value thermal resistance units were added.
The diopter/dioptre optical power unit was added.
Added the rydberg and hartree energy units.
Added the Planck constant as a unit.
Slightly adjusted the conversion value of the atomic mass unit (amu) and added the dalton synonym.
Slightly adjusted the conversion value of the astronomical (au) and the parsec units.
Add Swedish translation (thanks to Ake Engelbrektson).
Add Catalan translation (thanks to Pere Orga).
Update the libraries used to build the Windows binaries to Python 3.8 and Qt/PyQt 5.14.
Fixed a problem with the ConvertAll window being positioned off the screen after major changes in resolution when using external monitors.
Clarified the labels for several power-of-10 data units (KB, MB, etc.) to show as "SI standard" rather than "IEC standard".
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