Python wrapper for the DFT code SIESTA.
pySiesta provides a tool to work with siesta package within a Python script. You might find it most useful for tasks involving input generation. Typical usage often looks like this:
#!/usr/bin/env python from pySiesta import location from towelstuff import utils if utils.has_towel(): print "Your towel is located:", location.where_is_my_towel()
(Note the double-colon and 4-space indent formatting above.)
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- Second. Can be multiple lines but must be indented properly.
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