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edit README; increment version number

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-version 1.0, 2012-07-08 -- initial release
+version 1.0, 2012-07-08 -- initial release
+version 1.01, 2012-07-09 -- edited README
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@@ -194,7 +194,15 @@ Notes on implementation and use
* You can give a dimension to complex numbers in the same way as real
numbers--for example ``(2.1e3 + 3.9e4j) * ohm``.
-* I tested only in Python 2.7, but as far as I can tell it should be compatible with any Python version 2.x or 3.x. Please email me if you have checked.
+* I tested only in Python 2.7, but as far as I can tell it should be
+ compatible with any Python version 2.x or 3.x. Please email me if you have
+ checked.
+
+* If you get overflows or underflows, you can edit the unit initializations.
+ For example, the package sets the meter to a numerical value between 0.1
+ and 10. Therefore, if you're doing molecular simulation, most lengths you
+ use will be tiny numbers. You should probably set the meter instead to be
+ between, say, 1e8 and 1e10.
Notes on unit definitions
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from math import pi
import random
-__version__ = 1.0
+__version__ = 1.01
def reset_units(seed=None):
"""

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