Enter your centimeter value in one of these formats:
Integer:2314Decimal:2.71828+986.314Scientific Notation:2.7E+20.3528e03Formula:300/50(2.7*5e2)/( 1 + (6.5/1.8e-2) )Fraction:2+3/89 + ( 17 / 32 )Calculator Memory:
You can use the results from previous conversions or calculations, which you may have saved
in the Calculator Memory.
First click inside the centimeter input field to select it, then click the Recall button on one of the Memories.
The memory contents is loaded to the input field.
See the Calculator Memory for more details.
Maximum Input Length: 200 characters

The Result – Two Items

The first item is the centimeter value you entered in the input field,
shown here again as a number, with "centimeter" units.
The second item is the conversion result, with "inch" units.
Calculator Memory
You can save the result of your conversion in the Calculator Memory,
then use your saved results later as input for other converters and calculators
anywhere on the website.
See the Calculator Memory for more details.
TIP:Precision of the converter is 12 significant digits, from left to right. Digits after the 12 left-most digits, are not significant.
Numeric Range of the converter is:
+1.797e+308 to -1.797e+308+1.000e-311 to -1.000e-311TIP:Error messages, if any, are displayed here.

The Control Buttons

The centimeter to inch converter has three control buttons.
Decimal and Scientific buttons let you choose the output format, as one of these two:
Decimal:-9999.1Scientific Notation:-9.9991e3Decimal Button
In this mode the converter will output in Decimal format whenever possible.

However, the converter will automatically output in Scientific Notation
when the results cannot be shown properly in Decimal format.
Scientific Button
In this mode the converter will always output in Scientific Notation.
Convert Button
Convert the centimeter value that you entered above, by using any of these methods:

Click the Convert button

Click the Decimal or the Scientific button

Press Enter or Return on keyboard

TIP:Scientific Notation is better for visualizing and working with big and small numbers, compared to decimal format.