how to solve complex equation?
rosuav at gmail.com
Tue Jan 1 23:27:37 CET 2013
On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 6:02 AM, Usama Khan <usamazohad at gmail.com> wrote:
> how to solve complex equation in pyhton? and then use it to make a program. . i have created new post as my last post is i guessed ranked as a cheater. .:(
1) Do you mean complex or complicated? Be strict with your language,
lest you get completely wrong answers. Python *does* have support for
complex numbers, but I don't think you need them here. (I may be wrong
2) Put some more thought into your posts. You're coming across
sounding very sloppy. We're all on the internet, so we know how to
read through typos, but a proliferation of them in a message with no
capitalization, SMS abbreviations ("u" for "you"... congrats, you
saved two whole keystrokes there - four, since you did that twice),
etc, adds up to an overall picture of someone who cares little about
how the posts come across.
3) We are all volunteers. Python-list gets a goodly amount of traffic
every day. If you want a response, you need to make your post look
interesting, fun, or productive (preferably more than one of the
above). Make it look like we're going to spend a huge amount of time
helping a black hole is one of the best ways to get ignored.
Since you haven't read that link from last time I posted it, I'll take
the liberty of quoting a portion of its introduction.
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to you; good questions are a stimulus and a gift. ...What we are,
unapologetically, is hostile to people who seem to be unwilling to
think or to do their own homework before asking questions. People like
that are time sinks — they take without giving back, and they waste
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another person more worthy of an answer. We call people like this
“losers” (and for historical reasons we sometimes spell it
If you want a response, don't look like a loser.
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