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liboctave: mpower operator for "Matrix"?

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: liboctave: mpower operator for "Matrix"?
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2010 12:02:09 -0400

On  9-Sep-2010, Lukas Reichlin wrote:

| Maybe I'm just blind, but I couldn't find an mpower operator for Matrix^int 
(int >= 0) in liboctave documentation. I was unable to figure it out from DEFUN 
mpower and there must be another way than feval ("mpower", ...) ?
| Thanks for every help and best regards,
| Lukas
| PS: I'd like to calculate
| gain = c * a^(n-1-nu) * b;
| inside this oct-file:

There isn't one because the Octave interpreter does not need an
mpower operator that only works with ints.  Since mpower can return
results that are complex or real, an octave_value object is needed to
store the result and the operators are defined in liboctinterp.  See


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