Good! Than we can replace the expression "take 5" with "take a hundred".
>How about a nanocentury = 3.1556952 seconds? >Then we'll have approx 27379 nanoseconds alloted to each day of our lives. >( l left the thousand's place comma off since the comma is interpreted as a >decimal point in most countries). >Bye >Best wishes >Lee >Michael Thwaites wrote in message ... >>I've always been rather fond of a micro-century. Taking a year to be 365.24 >>days - I think that's about 53 minutes. ;-) >> >> >>Michael Thwaites >>University of California, California Digial Library >>Kaiser Building mail: firstname.lastname@example.org >>300 Lakeside Drive, 8th Floor Phone: (510) 987-0556 >>Oakland, California 94612-3550 Fax: (510) 763-2471 >> >>