IEC 60027-2 PDF

IEC Symbols for quantities to be used for rotating electrical machines A addendum to IEC on binary prefixes has resulted in some. Find the most up-to-date version of IEC at Engineering The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is the leading global .. IEC , Letter symbols to be used in electrical technology – Part 2.

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I would like to suggest a new feature concerning prefixes of numeric values like ist is done already when using the “SI notation” setting. In the world of bits and bytes, prefixes like M ega and G iga does mean 2 respective 3 bytes.

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While in the rest of the world M ega and G iga does mean 2 respective 3 lets say Hz. For the English people: I would see this in the formatting of numbers similar to the SI formatting. In my screen shot you can see how an implementation could look like:. Optional it could probably be implemented by introducing a UNIT “byte” or “bit” which could handle the differences. But you would have to thing about it.


You could have a notation that takes a number and converts it into bits, bytes or even nibbles or hexits hexidecimal – ie 4 bits or half a single byte this would logically go just under the current “decimal, Hexadecimal, Octal, Binary” perhaps?

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I may refer to a Wikipedia article: In my screen shot you can see how an implementation could look like: This should work for string formatting, too. I like this idea