Is it possible to assign units to the result of an equation. I'm able to assign units to constants, and for the most part SolidWorks does a good job of carrying those through to the result, but in a few cases it fails. Either the wrong units, or no units are assigned to the result.
"DiametralPitch" = 32 ;units are teeth/in but no way to assign that
"NumTeeth" = 16 ;numteeth is unitless
"PitchAngle" = 360deg / "NumTeeth" = 22.5 ;result should be degrees, but no units assigned
"PitchCircle" = "NumTeeth" / "Diametral Pitch" = 0.5 ;result should be inches but no way to assign that
In the above cases, I can force the correct units to be assigned by multiplying by 1deg or 1in (i.e. = 360deg / "NumTeeth" * 1deg), but that just muddies the equation and will leave someone asking "where did the *1 come from?"
Hence my question. Is there some way to assign units to the equation result that I'm missing? If not, how about an enhancement?