M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
> ... But, if you're dealing with
> floating point matrices, you're going to use C or FORTRAN anyhow.

Hum, Ruby (with just the standard array class) seems to work well with 
my floating point matrices (3D obj models in OpenGL). And with the 
extended Matrix class I'm (was) trying to make the code more elegant and 
easy to understand. (no plans to learn C)

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