UNITS command
Sets units of linear and angular measurements in the Command line.
Alias: UN
transparent: 'units
Options wihin the command
 Unit mode (LUNITS)

 Scientific 4.225E+01
 Decimal 42.25
 Engineering 3'6.25"
 Architectural 3'6 1/4"
 Fractional 42 1/4
 Number of decimal places for LUNITS

Specifies the display precision for decimal units. Enter a number between 0 and 8:
 0  0 decimal places, such as 0.
 1  1 decimal places, such as 0.0
 2  2 decimal places, such as 0.00
 3  3 decimal places, such as 0.000
 4  4 decimal places, such as 0.0000
 5  5 decimal places, such as 0.00000
 6  6 decimal places, such as 0.000000
 7  7 decimal places, such as 0.0000000
 8  8 decimal places, such as 0.00000000
 Angular unit mode (AUNITS)

Specifies the display style of angular units. Enter a number:
 Decimal degrees 90.0
 Degrees/minutes/seconds 90d0'0
 Grads 100.00g
 Radians 1.57r
 Surveyor's units N 00d0'0"E
There are 400 grads in a circle. There are 2*pi radians (approximately 6.282) in a circle. The N and E in Surveyor's units refers to North and east.
AUNITS variables stores the style of angular units.
 Number of decimal places for angular units
 Specifies the number of decimal places. Enter a number between 0 and 8.
 Angle 0 direction
 Specifies the direction for 0 degrees. Enter an angle, or pick two points in the drawing. The default is the positive x axis. You can also rotate the drawing through the Snap command's Rotate option.
 Do you want angles measured clockwise?

Specifies the direction in which to measure angles:
 Yes  measures angles clockwise
 No  measures angles counterclockwise (default)