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*Transpose, addition, and multiplication operations also apply to RowVector, ComplexRowVector, ColumnVector, and ComplexColumnVector data types when the dimensions are in agreement.
  
* Transpose, addition, and multiplication operations also apply to RowVector, ComplexRowVector, ColumnVector, and ComplexColumnVector data types when the dimensions are in agreement.  
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**The difference is due to the fact that arrays are zero-based in C++, but one-based in Octave.  
  
* The difference is due to the fact that arrays are zero-based in C++, but one-based in Octave.
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***The names of Octave internal functions, such as mx_el_gt, are not documented and are subject to change. Functions such as mx_el_gt may eventually be available at both the scripting level and in C++ under more common names such as gt.
 
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* The names of Octave internal functions, such as mx_el_gt, are not documented and are subject to change. Functions such as mx_el_gt may eventually be available at both the scripting level and in C++ under more common names such as gt.
 
  
 
===Complex Matrix Operations===
 
===Complex Matrix Operations===

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