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From: Mars creature <jinbow@gmail.com>
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Subject: finding complex root from nonlinear equations
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Hi Matlab users,
  I know fsolve can find the real roots from polynomial equations, but
I don't know how to find complex roots, like x^2+1=0. Also I have a
complicated nonlinear equation with complex coefficients to solve
numerically, anyone give me a hint where to find the instruction?
Thank you very much!
JB wang