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matrix multiplication

matrix multiplication

matrix multiplication

hi i want to multiply two matrix which i have store in an array as
count1array=array[index] of integer;
count2array=array[index] of integer;

for i:=1 to 2 do
  for j:=1 to 2 do
for i:=1 to 2 do
  for j:=1 to 2 do

i also make a procedure of multiplication but i can't find
a logic to multiply it .even i can add and subtract two matrix . so please give me a logic to multiply two matrix as soon as possible.
by take care

RE: matrix multiplication

What are the types of count1 and count2?

You can find the logic behind matrix multiplication in every self-respecting math book that covers linear algebra.

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