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Offline Basile  
#1 Posted : 19 March 2023 16:07:20(UTC)
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Hello,
Can we have another imaginary unit?
an "i" with two vertical lines?
When I solve electric circuit problems I have to use "c" for current.

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Offline Jean Giraud  
#2 Posted : 19 March 2023 23:06:03(UTC)
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Can we have another imaginary unit?
an "i" with two vertical lines ?

Like this Basile ... Cheers Jean

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#3 Posted : 19 March 2023 23:09:09(UTC)
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#4 Posted : 20 March 2023 03:48:45(UTC)
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Thank you Jean.
I believe that a code solution is needed for i, π, e, etc.
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#5 Posted : 20 March 2023 13:22:34(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Basile Go to Quoted Post
Thank you Jean.
I believe that a code solution is needed for i, π, e, etc.
Basile

I don't vote to freak 'e, π'
Like ... sin(x)^2 ► sin²(x)
Cheers ... Jean

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#6 Posted : 21 March 2023 13:25:44(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Basile Go to Quoted Post
I believe that a code solution is needed for i, π, e, etc.

You are correct, you shouldn't redefine some constants globally by editing a setting file.
Only option is adding variable defining codes to start of your worksheet.

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