|Bill Allombert on Mon, 15 Sep 2003 17:46:45 +0200|
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|Re: Perl script help may be OT|
[ Yes, Math::Pari is usually considered off topic] On Mon, Sep 15, 2003 at 01:58:50AM -0500, Manish wrote: > I am trying to write a perl script to inverse a matrix, so first I am > starting > by checking the determinant.. > > here is what I have tried and RTFMED and am still lost... I cannot > figure out > a way to use functions from libPari in my perlscript. > All the references to the links to Math::libPari on CPAN were broken and > man Math::Pari didnt help either. I don't know what version you use and what documentation you have, but my $determinant = Math::Pari::matdet($mat); work for me. > print $determinant; > gives PARI: *** obsolete function: O(det2($try_key_mat)) > ^------------------ det2 is the name of a obsolete PARI function, which is superseded by matdet. Cheers, Bill.