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Re: RREF (row reduce echelon form)

From: J. R. Miller
Subject: Re: RREF (row reduce echelon form)
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 01:22:21 -0800 (PST)

On Sun, 21 Jan 2001, Paul Kienzle wrote:
> And here is the version which comes with matcompat:
> Also, a number of different versions have been submitted to octave-sources
> and help-octave over the years.  Perhaps you grabbed one of the them and
> that's why you thought it was part of Octave?

First, I have to say both Keven Straight and you are awesome.

As for why I thought rref was part of octave, that's probably because the
Debian package then included it, which could mean several things; there
could've been a separate package for added functions, or it could've been
an octave variant, or a Debian developer applied patch.

I'll compile both goctave and matcompat tomorrow--both look great (unless
that's not required with matcompat, I'm going to sleep soon).  I didn't
see anything like rref in contrib area on the octave ftp site, but I'll
have another look.  I spent quite a bit of time lucklessly searching the
web and octave website, so it's good to see octave is thriving. Someone
even mentioned an egroups forum.  

This is over the top, and it doesn't even begin to describe all the added
features I've discovered here, not to mention the people.



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