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Might be referring to: 1cm = 0.3937007874 inches. As there are 2.54cm in an inch, to convert your cm figure to inches you need to divide your figure by 2.54..

  

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... components using real-world units (cm, inch) like you can do... there a way to use cm/inches in React Native or get...
Published on 2021-04-25 in the Active Forum forum
This discussion is in English.
My daughter is 31.5 inches or 80 cm and 23 lbs. The doctor didn’t say anything. I’m 5.5 and her dad is 6 feet tall. I don’t think someone can predict height for children. It depends on how well they will eat in the future, exercises, environment etc. Sooooo many factors. Try not to worry but write it down in her journal and see on the future. This could be interesting
Published on 2021-04-17 in the April 2020 Babies forum
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My daughter is 31.5 inches or 80 cm and 23 lbs. The doctor didn’t say anything. I’m 5.5 and her dad is 6 feet tall. I don’t think someone can predict height for children. It depends on how well they will eat in the future, exercises, environment etc. Sooooo many factors. Try not to worry but write it down in her journal and see on the future. This could be interesting
Published on 2021-04-17 in the April 2020 Babies forum
This discussion is in English.
... 3 1/2 inches from the opening. 4 cm dilated. My OB...
Published on 2021-03-16 in the April 2021 Babies forum
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... 3 1/2 inches from the opening. 4 cm dilated. My OB...
Published on 2021-03-16 in the April 2021 Babies forum
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I had positive opks on and off since the middle of last month, so I’m guessing that checking cm and temperature might be a better idea. I came across multiple websites, and they all said that ewcm can be over 10cm long. I had a lot of that around 3.24 and today 4.5 I’m having that again. But each time it’s only about 1.5 inches long. Is it normal?
Published on 2021-04-06 in the Trying To Conceive forum
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I had positive opks on and off since the middle of last month, so I’m guessing that checking cm and temperature might be a better idea. I came across multiple websites, and they all said that ewcm can be over 10cm long. I had a lot of that around 3.24 and today 4.5 I’m having that again. But each time it’s only about 1.5 inches long. Is it normal?
Published on 2021-04-06 in the Trying To Conceive forum
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You can use regex or string manipulation to distinguish cm and inches.
Published on 2021-03-27 in the Active Forum forum
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You can use regex or string manipulation to distinguish cm and inches.
Published on 2021-03-27 in the Active Forum forum
This discussion is in English.
... } //Convert inches to cm and display result double inch_to_cm(double inches) { double result...; result = inches / 2.54; write..."); return result; } //Convert cm to inches and display result double cm_to_inch(double centimetres...break; case INCH_TO_CENT: inches = read_double("Inches to convert: "); inch_to_cm(inches); break; case EXIT: write...
Published on 2021-05-01 in the Active Forum forum
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... } //Convert inches to cm and display result double inch_to_cm(double inches) { double result...; result = inches / 2.54; write..."); return result; } //Convert cm to inches and display result double cm_to_inch(double centimetres...break; case INCH_TO_CENT: inches = read_double("Inches to convert: "); inch_to_cm(inches); break; case EXIT: write...
Published on 2021-05-01 in the Active Forum forum
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..._inch,0.393701\ninch_to_cm,2.54") cvt = Converter("table...") r1 = cvt.convert(5.5, "cm", "inch") r2 = cvt.convert(100..., "inch", "cm") print(f"{r1}\n{r2}") ... to convert each values from cm to inches and inches to cm. These conversion rate will be...
Published on 2021-06-05 in the Active Forum forum
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..._inch,0.393701\ninch_to_cm,2.54") cvt = Converter("table...") r1 = cvt.convert(5.5, "cm", "inch") r2 = cvt.convert(100..., "inch", "cm") print(f"{r1}\n{r2}") ... to convert each values from cm to inches and inches to cm. These conversion rate will be...
Published on 2021-06-05 in the Active Forum forum
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Looks like a good step would be to split your height column into two (feet + inches) first, and then go from there: df['feet'] = df['Height'].apply(lambda x: int(x.split('-')[0])) df['inches'] = df['Height'].apply(lambda x: int(x.split('-')[1])) df['feet_in_cm'] = df['feet'] * 30.48 df['inches_in_cm'] = df['inches'] * 2.54 df['height_in_cm'] = df['feet_in_cm'] + df['inches_in_cm']
Published on 2021-04-29 in the Active Forum forum
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Looks like a good step would be to split your height column into two (feet + inches) first, and then go from there: df['feet'] = df['Height'].apply(lambda x: int(x.split('-')[0])) df['inches'] = df['Height'].apply(lambda x: int(x.split('-')[1])) df['feet_in_cm'] = df['feet'] * 30.48 df['inches_in_cm'] = df['inches'] * 2.54 df['height_in_cm'] = df['feet_in_cm'] + df['inches_in_cm']
Published on 2021-04-29 in the Active Forum forum
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When I go to ship a book I sold, now shipping settings are showing metric (kg/gm and cm/cm) instead of pounds/ounces and inches/inches?
Published on 2021-04-03 in the General Selling Questions forum
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When I go to ship a book I sold, now shipping settings are showing metric (kg/gm and cm/cm) instead of pounds/ounces and inches/inches?
Published on 2021-04-03 in the General Selling Questions forum
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... website I made Ft->cm and cm->ft by combining 2-... 0.0 var feet = "" var inches = "" if (!TextUtils.isEmpty(feetval)) {...'")) } if (feetval.contains("\"")) { inches = feetval.substring(feetval.indexOf("'") +...()) { heightInFeet = feet.toDouble() } if (inches.trim { it <= ' ' }.isNotEmpty()) {... heightInInches = inches.toDouble() } } catch (nfe: NumberFormatException) { } ...
Published on 2021-04-08 in the Active Forum forum
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... website I made Ft->cm and cm->ft by combining 2-... 0.0 var feet = "" var inches = "" if (!TextUtils.isEmpty(feetval)) {...'")) } if (feetval.contains("\"")) { inches = feetval.substring(feetval.indexOf("'") +...()) { heightInFeet = feet.toDouble() } if (inches.trim { it <= ' ' }.isNotEmpty()) {... heightInInches = inches.toDouble() } } catch (nfe: NumberFormatException) { } ...
Published on 2021-04-08 in the Active Forum forum
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