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The reason we can get that (twisted) Poisson summation formula in the first place is that in the primitive case you can interpolate the character to a smooth real function via Gauss sums. In the imprimitive case this is not the case anymore, and you can't get a function nice enough to anything that resembles a Poisson formula to hold. Of course nothing is ...
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