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Date 2010-12-03.09:45:51
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> I wonder whether there are many examples where scientific data is written in a form that Python's complex() constructor couldn't currently read, but would be able to read if it accepted 'i' in place of 'j'.

I could not reproduce widespread real world issues with the syntax as it stands using Google Code Search (a mere 4 unique hits). http://goo.gl/sqMhY
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