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#**1398** in Algorithms

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# gmatlib - Grant's Matrix Algebra Library

Defines a

struct for numeric types and implements several useful functions for matrix algebra purposes.
The source here contains a number of `Matrix <T>`

`extern` `"`C`"`

functions for exposing the types and functions to other languages
as well.The

type is simple, consisting of one contiguous piece of memory to reduce indirection and reduce
the number of allocations needed to construct the matrix.`Matrix <T>`

# Example

`use` `gmatlib``::``{`Matrix`,` row_vec`}``;`
`//` Create a matrix with 3 columns
`let` a`:` `Matrix``<``i32``>` `=` `Matrix``::`from_vec`(`
`3``,`
`vec!``[``1``,` `2``,` `3``,`
`4``,` `5``,` `6``,`
`7``,` `8``,` `9``]`
`)``.``unwrap``(``)``;`
`//` Matrices support appropriate binary operations
`let` b `=` `row_vec!``[``0_``i32``,` `1_``i32``,` `0_``i32``]` `*` `(`a `*` `3``)``;`
`//` ...and concise indexing
`assert_eq!``(`
b`[``(``0``,` `1``)``]``,`
`15`
`)``;`

#### Dependencies

~195–280KB