cfunits.Units.equals¶

Units.
equals
(other, rtol=None, atol=None, verbose=False)[source]¶ Tests if units are numerically convertible to equal value.
Returns True if and only if numeric values in one unit are convertible to numeric values in the other unit and their conversion is a scale factor of 1.
See also
Examples
>>> u = Units('km') >>> v = Units('1000m') >>> w = Units('100000m') >>> u.equals(v) True >>> u.equals(w) False
>>> u = Units('m s1') >>> m = Units('m') >>> s = Units('s') >>> u.equals(m) False >>> u.equals(m/s) True >>> (m/s).equals(u) True
Undefined units are considered equal:
>>> u = Units() >>> v = Units() >>> u.equals(v) True
Invalid units are not equal:
>>> Units('bad units').equals(Units('bad units')) False