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Question by Kashish
Submitted on 11/27/2003
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How to write a program in c++ to obtain the  inverse of a matrix

Answer by Amrendra
Submitted on 12/31/2003
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What does inversion of matrix got to do with C++. The algorithm is same wether you use C or C++. Only difference being that in C++ you can have an operator like ~ which would mean inversion. I mean in C would have to say

Matrix I = invert(Matrix A)

In C++ you can do fancy things like

Matrix I = ~A
or Matrix I = A.inv()

But the underlying algorithm remains the same.
I guess almost all books on numerical C would have that algorithm.


Answer by ladyFAT07
Submitted on 2/16/2004
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Answer by saba
Submitted on 11/13/2006
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how can I write a pragram in c++ to add two matrix?


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