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I've been going through a few Fourier transform problems and I'm stuck with integrating this one:

f(x) = e^(-pi*x^2)

then

F(e^(-pi*x^2)) = integral (e^(-pi*x^2) * e^(-i*w*x)).dx

Can anyone help me out?

Many Thanks,

Pete

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