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CopyDatabin[bin] creates a databin copy. If not specified explicitly, Permissions option for the new databin has setting "Public". Convert normal array of quantities with the same unit: QuantityArray[{Quantity[1, "Meters"], Quantity[2, "Meters"], Quantity[3, "Meters"]}] AbsArg[list] gives a list of ordered pairs: AbsArg[{I, -1, -I, 1}] 

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