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# ShoeSizeToLength

Determine the length of a shoe given its size within any of a variety of sizing systems

Contributed by: Paco Jain (Wolfram Research)
 ResourceFunction["ShoeSizeToLength"]["system","wearer","measurement",s] gives the length of a shoe sized s in the given system for the given wearer type and measurement type. ResourceFunction["ShoeSizeToLength"]["system","wearer",s] gives an association of wearer foot length and manufacturer last length for a shoe sized s in the given system for the given wearer type. ResourceFunction["ShoeSizeToLength"]["Information"] gives an association containing information about the various supported sizing systems.

## Details and Options

Allowed values for "system" are: "Australia", "Europe", "Japan", "Korea", "Mondopoint", "UnitedKingdom" and "UnitedStates".
Allowed values for "wearer" are: "Child", "Female" and "Male".
Allowed values for "measurement" are: "FootLength" and "LastLength".
ResourceFunction["ShoeSizeToLength"] typically returns a Quantity object whose units are chosen base on "system". Different systems may return results with different units.
The "Australia" system does not define separate child’s sizes. ResourceFunction["ShoeSizeToLength"]["Australia","Child",] returns Missing["NotAvailable"].

## Examples

### Basic Examples (3)

Find the wearer foot length appropriate for a shoe size in a given system:

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Find the manufacturer last length appropriate for a shoe size in a given system:

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Omitting the "measurement" argument returns an Association of both "LastLength" and "FootLength":

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### Scope (1)

Get information on the various sizing systems:

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### Applications (1)

Find the manufacturer’s last length of a size-10 shoe in different systems:

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### Properties and Relations (1)

In general, suitable foot length and manufacturer last length are different for a given shoe size:

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## Requirements

Wolfram Language 11.3 (March 2018) or above

## Version History

• 1.0.0 – 19 April 2019