On 09:43 AM 3/6/01 +1000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] said:


>Depends on the format of the original.  0.1inch is far more accurate than 
>2.54mm
>because 0.1 = 0.100000.............

No. That is incorrect.

Otherwise, it would have been published as 0.10.

Though we presume it to be true, by virtue of reference, the truth is that 
"0 .1" is only accurate to 1 significant digit, whereas "2.54" is good to two.

aj


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