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Calculator that will covert a decimal inch measurement to a mix fractional feet measurement

Posted on 2008-10-29
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I would like to make a calculator that will covert a decimal inch measurement to a mix fractional feet measurement and vise-versa.
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your basic formula is


from decimal value x

feet = int(x / 12)

inch = x - feet * 12



from feet inches to decimal

feet * 12 + inches
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Here's a free one already been made - convert.exe
http://wscope.com/convert.htm
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