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I don't want to dwell on the details of how the fft command works but it is enough to talk about analogies. Suppose we give you an $N$ vector $f_n$ with elements $n = 0, 1, 2, \ldots N-1$ that represents the signal we want to process. | I don't want to dwell on the details of how the fft command works but it is enough to talk about analogies. Suppose we give you an $N$ vector $f_n$ with elements $n = 0, 1, 2, \ldots N-1$ that represents the signal we want to process. |

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