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/*--------------------------------------------------- Iniese Bernard Umah EE150 Project1 Prof. Lan Xiang ----------------------------------------------------*/ /*INTRODUCTION: this program will read in matix , and multiply the matrix with ii ts transpose --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------*/ #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> int matrix( int A[][10], int n) { /* definding the function and n is the column*/ int m,y,i=0,j=0; while(scanf("%d",&y)!=0) {/*making sure that scanf reads in a numeric value*/ A[i][j]=y; j++; if(j==n) { /*this will help in the determing the row,*/ i++; /*at the end the value of m=i will be the number of row*/ j=0; } } m = i; return m; /*this function returns the value of m which is the row*/ } /*Matrix function ends*********************************************************** ********************* --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------- ---------------Printmatrix function begins--------------------------------------- --------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------*/ void printmatrix(int A[][10], int n, int m) /*this function will print out matixx A in rows and columns*/ { int x,k; printf(" --matrix A--\n"); for (x=0; x<m; x++) {
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for (k=0; k<n; k++) { printf("%3d ",A[x][k]); } printf("\n"); } } /*------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------- ---------------------------this is the begining of the main function-------------
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