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README

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	Unitconverter.c
	Developed by Johabu <http://johabu.spheniscida.de>; <http://github.com/johabu>
	
	This file is part of unitconverter.
	unitconverter is free software; you can modify it or redistribute it 
	under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
	the Free Software Foundation <http://www.fsf.org>, either version 3,
	or (at your option) any later version.
	See <http://www.gnu.org/licenses> for the license, if you
	haven't received a copy of it (GNU_GPL.txt).

	unitconverter is distributed without any warranty!

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===================================README===================================

unitconverter 0.2.4 is tested on Linux, OpenBSD.
unitconverter 0.2.5 is tested on Linux.

==========Download and installing==========

First download the file (unitconverter.zip or unitconverter.tar.gz) and extract the files.

Linux:
	Type the following commands in a shell:
		cd /YOUR_PATH/unitconverter/
		chmod +x install.sh
		./unitconv
	If there are any compiler warnings, please ignore them.
	Now you are ready for converting!
Windows:
	Compile the files.

==========Use==========

Unitconverter is a simple interactive tool for converting units. 
1.	 First you have to choose the quantity, e.g. "Area" by typing the number of the quantity.
2. 	Then you choose YOUR unit and type the short form of it. Example: You have 45 yards, so you type "yd" for "yard".
	By typing "help" the program shows you a list of available units.
3.	Now you must type the number of your unit, here 45.
4.	At last the program asks for the unit in which you want to convert your unit, e.g. "m" for "metres".
You see, this is a really simple program with great potential.


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