## maxima-commits

 [Maxima-commits] CVS: maxima/doc/info Matrices.texi,1.7,1.8 From: Robert Dodier - 2005-01-31 04:12:32 ```Update of /cvsroot/maxima/maxima/doc/info In directory sc8-pr-cvs1.sourceforge.net:/tmp/cvs-serv19548 Modified Files: Matrices.texi Log Message: Change uppercase to lowercase, enclose names in @code or @var as appropriate, some changes of wording, leave notes about things that should eventually be resolved, added some examples and reworked others. Still needs a lot of work. Index: Matrices.texi =================================================================== RCS file: /cvsroot/maxima/maxima/doc/info/Matrices.texi,v retrieving revision 1.7 retrieving revision 1.8 diff -u -d -r1.7 -r1.8 --- Matrices.texi 28 Jan 2005 16:28:04 -0000 1.7 +++ Matrices.texi 31 Jan 2005 04:12:23 -0000 1.8 @@ -62,308 +62,515 @@ @node Definitions for Matrices and Linear Algebra, , Introduction to Matrices and Linear Algebra, Matrices and Linear Algebra @section Definitions for Matrices and Linear Algebra -@... ADDCOL (M,list1,list2,...,listn) -appends the column(s) given by the one -or more lists (or matrices) onto the matrix M. +@c THROUGHOUT: SHOULD WE WRITE @var{matrix} FOR MATRIX ARGUMENT OR @var{m} AND REFER TO "a matrix @var{m}" ?? +@c @var{matrix} PUTS MORE INFO INTO SYNOPSIS WHICH IS THE FIRST THING MANY PEOPLE LOOK AT +@defun addcol (@var{matrix}, @var{list_1}, ..., @var{list_n}) +Appends the column(s) given by the one +or more lists (or matrices) onto @var{matrix}. [...1023 lines suppressed...] For orthogonal curvilinear coordinates, the global variables COORDINATES[[X,Y,Z]], DIMENSION[3], SF[[1,1,1]], and SFPROD[1] are set @@ -774,13 +981,13 @@ @end defun -@... VECT_CROSS - default:[FALSE] - If TRUE allows DIFF(X~Y,T) to work where -~ is defined in SHARE;VECT (where VECT_CROSS is set to TRUE, anyway.) +@defvar vect_cross + default:@code{false} - If @code{true} allows DIFF(X~Y,T) to work where +~ is defined in SHARE;VECT (where VECT_CROSS is set to @code{true}, anyway.) @end defvar -@... ZEROMATRIX (m,n) +@defun zeromatrix (m,n) takes integers m,n as arguments and returns an m by n matrix of 0's. ```