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Date 2010-12-02.21:13:18
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"In electrical engineering<>
related fields, the imaginary unit is often denoted by *j* to avoid
confusion with electrical
current<> as
a function of time, traditionally denoted by *i*(*t*) or just *i*."

Does Python have to deal with electrical current as a function of time to
associate j with the imaginary unit and not i?
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