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I need to calculate the Fourier transform of a continuous function in C++. To do this I need to use the Dft, but what is the relation between the Dft and the continuous fourier transform? I mean, how can I get the continuous fourier transform from the Dft?

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# Dft and continuous Fourier transform

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