Crates.io | millimeter |

lib.rs | millimeter |

version | 0.1.0 |

source | src |

created_at | 2022-01-18 14:44:19.65082 |

updated_at | 2022-01-18 14:44:19.65082 |

description | Primitive type with millimeter unit attached |

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repository | https://github.com/kicad-rs/millimeter |

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This crate provides `mm`

and `mm2`

newtype structs. These can be used both as an indication that a value is expected to have a certain unit, as well as to prove at compile time that your computation yields the unit you expect it to.

```
use millimeter::{mm, mm2, Unit};
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Default)]
pub struct Point {
x: mm,
y: mm
}
#[derive(Clone, Copy)]
pub struct Rectangle {
top_left: Point,
bottom_right: Point
}
impl Rectangle {
pub fn one_inch_square(top_left: Point) -> Self {
Self {
top_left,
bottom_right: Point {
x: top_left.x + 1.0.inch(),
y: top_left.y + 1.0.inch()
}
}
}
pub fn area(&self) -> mm2 {
(self.bottom_right.x - self.top_left.x) * (self.bottom_right.y - self.top_left.y)
}
pub fn diagonal_len(&self) -> mm {
let a = self.bottom_right.x - self.top_left.x;
let b = self.bottom_right.y - self.top_left.y;
(a*a + b*b).sqrt()
}
}
```

Licensed under the BSD Zero Clause License.

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