Re: A83: Finding the determinate of a matrix
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Re: A83: Finding the determinate of a matrix
No promises, but if you have the variable name of the matrix in OP1, you may
be able to do the following:
ld a,kInv
B_CALL UnOPExec
...I haven't tried, but it should work. If it doesn't, don't sue me. Also,
the output will be a variable name in OP1, but chances are it'll be a
temporary variable which you'll have to subsequently load back to OP1.
Hope this helps,
-Dan Englender
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robby Proie" <playnogamz@nls.net>
To: <assembly-83@lists.ticalc.org>
Sent: Monday, December 04, 2000 8:06 PM
Subject: RE: A83: Finding the determinate of a matrix
>
> I read every entry in AsmGuru v4.0 and I could not find any information
> about determinates, or using entries in the symbole table as opperations.
I
> did fins some information on using a matrix there, but it was stuff that I
> already knew. To make a minor adjustment to my first letter, I ment to
ask
> about finding the inverse of a matrix. Forinstance in basic is would be
> "[A]^-1" to find the inverse of matrix A. Now, is there some way to do
that
> same opperation in asm. I know that there tInv symbole. Is it possible
to
> use that to find the Inverse of a matrix in asm, or is that entry just for
> making basic programs? PLEASE!!!!! SOMEONE HELP ME!!!!! I NEED TO KNOW
> HOW TO FIND THE INVERSE OF A MATRIX IN ASM!!!!!!!!!
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-assembly-83@lists.ticalc.org
> [mailto:owner-assembly-83@lists.ticalc.org]On Behalf Of Xavier LaRue
> Sent: Saturday, December 02, 2000 8:49 PM
> To: TiCalc Maling List
> Subject: Re: A83: Finding the determinate of a matrix
>
>
> Hello
> For see that you want go see in AsmGuru
> Paxl
> > -------Message d'origine-------
> > De : "Robby Proie" <playnogamz@nls.net>
> > Date : 02/12/2000 19:59:26
> >
> >
> > Is there any way to find the determinate of a matrix in asm. I know that
> > there is an entery in the symbole table for a determinate, but can that
be
> > used as an opperation to find the determinate. If so, how? If not, is
> > there anyother way without actually handwriting the code myself?
> >
> >
> >
> >
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