50 x 50 matrix operations
My data structures book has an exercise which asks the student to add and
subtract two 50 x 50
square matrixes. I was under the impression (through books I have read) that
involving arrays are not allowed. Am I right in this assumption?
Re: 50 x 50 matrix operations
Right, C/C++ does not have operations (like addition, substraction, multiplication,
etc) defined for arrays.
But you are able to define your own array (or matrix) classes and can define
operators on them.
But the problem you describe is about algorithms handling big structures
of data which cannot fit all in memory at the same time, not about array
"dmc" <email@example.com> wrote:
>My data structures book has an exercise which asks the student to add and
>subtract two 50 x 50
>square matrixes. I was under the impression (through books I have read)
>involving arrays are not allowed. Am I right in this assumption?
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