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10.236" = 10 inches and 236/1000 of an inch (236 thou)
= 10" and 59/250"
= 2559/250 inches
Is that what you needed ?
To turn this into a fraction, simply multiply by 1000 and divide out the common factors in the numerator and denominator (4 in this case)

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