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Firstly close any open files and terminal. Then please go to your clone repo folder by terminal and then run the python file which will open your application.
right , I could not get that application file , in this case i want to know sympy main file that i could run and check whether all function are working properly or not
Dear people, I hope I can 'shoot' a quick question here...: Is there a way to PREVENT sympy's evalf() function from interpreting the letter 𝐈 (capital i) as √-1 ? For that matter, can I pursuade it to understand the letters E and N as 'just' another symbol holding a variable?
(I tried googling it, but this question seems a bit too vague for Google to handle. Neither can I find anything in the documentation of the eval function or in source code of SymPy)