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Fourier coefficients


I am trying to do something really "simple".  I want to Plot the Fourier 
coefficients as vertical lines.  The line height should be proportional 
to the magnitude of its respective coefficient.  I just can't seem to 
get it though.  Any ideas?

many thanks.

Phil McGlone
Industrial Control Centre, University of Strathclyde
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