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Tue Jan 11 01:11:01 CET 2005
For those of us that works with complex numbers, having complex number as a
natively supported data type is a big advantage. Non-native add-ons are not
sufficient and lead to very awkward program code.
"Jürgen Exner" <jurgenex at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:Fm6Ed.3556$u47.321 at trnddc09...
> xah at xahlee.org wrote:
> > #python supports complex numbers.
The world would come to a halt if all of a sudden nobody understands complex
numbers anymore. :-)
> > # Perl doesn't support complex numbers. But there are packages that
> > supports it.
> The Math::Complex module is part of the standard installation already, no
> need for any "packages" (whatever that might be).
> Did you check "perldoc Math::Complex"
> Math::Complex - complex numbers and associated mathematical functions
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