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A small but exceptionally annoying algebraic topology question:

I'm trying to find the Hodge numbers (from the Hodge-de Rham cohomology) for a 2n-dimensional torus (that is, n complex dimensions).

Anyone have any ideas? It's a rather technical question, but I don't really want to deduce it from first principles.

Thanks!

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# Hodge numbers of 2n-dimensional torus

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