Height Format Function

This function takes a decimal representation of a height value and returns a properly formatted string value.                     For example, a height of 5 feet 9 inches, which would be passed in as the decimal 5.90, would be returned as 5'9".                     Similarly, a height of 4 […]

2003-06-18

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