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Asked 4th Mar, 2021

# Can anybody share the pdf file of the pioneer research of Fejer cited as "Fejér, L.: Über Interpolation. Gött. Nachr, 66–91 (1916)" ??

It is cited in various research papers as

**Fejér, L.: Über Interpolation. Gött. Nachr, 66–91 (1916).**

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