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Date 2010-12-02.20:57:12
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How did you implement the letter 'j' as the imaginary unit? Can you now
implement the letter 'i' to act as an imaginary unit? Is that possible? If
it's possible in MATLAB, why not have both 'j' and 'i' in Python as well?
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