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sin[y*sin(x)]*sin(x) wrt x from -pi to pi,

I've got that its an even function so I can change the limits to 0 to pi and double it, but I cant find the analytic answer. By parts? substitution? although for substitution I assume there needs to be a cos function somewhere. Any ideas?

Thanks

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