[Tutor] Python script

Ben Finney ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Fri Dec 26 01:59:11 CET 2014

Mamy Rivo DIANZINGA <dmamyrivo at gmail.com> writes:

> Good morning Sir, merry Xmas. I have a question, please Sir if you do
> not mind.

Thank you for being so polite; we are usually quite informal here.

> In this file E_vs_cutoff1.pdf, i represent the energy vs radial
> cutoff. And in the python script, i specified the limits of Y-axis as:
> pl.ylim(-5524.0,-5522.5).

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> Thanks in advance and Merry Xmas again. Happy New year!!!

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