Defines the behaviors of measurement, such as Length
InnerDrive.Quantitative (in InnerDrive.Quantitative.dll) Version: 5.0.8475.0
public interface IMeasurable : IFormattable
The IMeasurable type exposes the following members.
Represents the degree confidence that the quantity
represented equals the quantity actually measured,
controlling how the CompareTo<T> method behaves.
Gets the Type of the Unit in which the
IMeasurableclass is denominated.
Gets the name of the type of measurement.
Represents the range within which the measurement is correct,
controlling how the ToString() method behaves.
Gets the Unit in which the IMeasurable
object is denominated.
Gets or sets the quantity of units represented by
the IMeasurable object.
Measurable objects are generally immutable structures. Thus,
the properties of measurable objects expose property get
only. The exceptions—Accuracy
not change the underlying value of the measurement, only its behavior; therefore
these members may be changed as needed after the measurement is instantiated.