# Python - cmath.tanh() Function

The Python cmath.tanh() function returns the complex hyperbolic tangent of a complex number z. It is a function on complex plane, and has no branch cuts. It is periodic with respect to the imaginary component, with period 𝜋i, and has poles of the first order along the imaginary line, at coordinates (0, 𝜋(1/2 + n)). However no common floating-point representation is able to represent 𝜋/2 exactly.

Mathematically, it can be expressed as: ### Syntax

```cmath.tanh(z)
```

### Parameters

 `z` `Required. `Specify a number to find the complex hyperbolic tangent of

### Return Value

Returns the complex hyperbolic tangent of z.

### Example:

In the example below, tanh() function is used to find out the complex hyperbolic tangent of the given number.

```import cmath

z1 = 2 + 2j
z2 = 2
z3 = 2j

print("cmath.tanh(z1):", cmath.tanh(z1))
print("cmath.tanh(z2):", cmath.tanh(z2))
print("cmath.tanh(z3):", cmath.tanh(z3))
```

The output of the above code will be:

```cmath.tanh(z1): (1.0238355945704727-0.028392952868232294j)
cmath.tanh(z2): (0.9640275800758169+0j)
cmath.tanh(z3): -2.185039863261519j
```

❮ Python cMath Module

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