Use python to calculate the N smallest eigenvalues of a tridiagonal matrix

## module eigenvals3
''' lam = eigenvals3(d,c,N).
    Returns the N smallest eigenvalues of a
    tridiagonal matrix [A] = [c\d\c].
'''    
from lamRange import *
from ridder import *
from sturmSeq import sturmSeq
from numpy import zeros
 
def eigenvals3(d,c,N):
 
    def f(x):             # f(x) = |[A] - x[I]|
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    lam = zeros(N)
    r = lamRange(d,c,N)   # Bracket eigenvalues
    for i in range(N):    # Solve by Brent's method
        lam[i] = ridder(f,r[i],r[i+1])
    return lam

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