# how can I see fourier transform?

Started by October 26, 2002
 I want to see the fourier transform of a function, say cos(t). I typed: >>syms t; >>fourier (cos(t)) but it gives error and says: ??? syms t Missing operator, comma, or semi-colon. what should I do?
 Hi, Do you have the Symbolic math toolbox? Does help symbolic give the list of functions? Navan --- zghofrani <> wrote: > I want to see the fourier transform of a function, > say > cos(t). I typed: > >>syms t; > >>fourier (cos(t)) > > but it gives error and says: > > ??? syms t > Missing operator, comma, or semi-colon. > > what should I do? __________________________________________________