How can I plot an exponential Fourier series? [closed]

Iam triying to plot summatory of the next function:

(e^(i*n*t*wo)*Sin[n*Pi/2])/(n*pi)

I have no problem plotting a trigonometric fourier serie, so the only problem is plotting the complex i. I have watched several videos where they use an uppercase I instead of an lowercase i, I have already tried that but with no results. The functions that I use are:

s[i_,t_] := 1/2 + Sum[(e^(i*n*t*wo)*Sin[n*Pi/2])/(n*pi),{n,-i,-1}] + Sum[(e^(i*n*t*wo)*Sin[n*Pi/2])/(n*pi),{n,1,i}]

Plot[s,{t,-10,10}]

First I made a declaration of a function where the summatories are declared, the i in the Plot[] function is the number of iterations.

I offer an apologize my english is not the best one and I dont know how to make the ecuation look pretty. Anyway thanks a lot.

closed as off-topic by Jens, MarcoB, RunnyKine, dr.blochwave, user9660 Mar 11 '16 at 19:54

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• You will want to use Re[] or Im[] to see the individual parts in Plot[], or use ReIm[] in conjunction with ParametricPlot[]. Also, the exponential constant is E (capitalization matters!) and the exponential function is Exp[]. – J. M. will be back soon Mar 11 '16 at 17:41
• First you should look at the Mathematica documentation for Exp, then also search for examples here. See this Q&A or this one, for instance. Your definition is incorrect because s uses two arguments but you in Plot you're calling it with just one. – Jens Mar 11 '16 at 17:46 