Best Answer lunarzale , 28 May 2017  05:00 PM
Okay, for future reference or if anyone else needs to do this: you can do the following
Dim Mat A>List 1
List 1
>A : List 1 >B Go to the full postBest Answer lunarzale , 28 May 2017  05:00 PM
Okay, for future reference or if anyone else needs to do this: you can do the following
Dim Mat A>List 1
List 1
>A : List 1 >B Go to the full postPosted 28 May 2017  03:12 PM
Hello all,
I know you can use Dim Mat A to find the dimensions of Matrix A, but I'm haveing real trouble storing these results  ideally I'd like to be able to store width and height in (for example) variables A and B, rather than answer memory.
So far I've tried:
(Dim Mat A)
and (Dim Mat A)[1,1](Dim Mat A)>A and (Dim Mat A)>A,B
None of these have worked... any ideas?
Posted 28 May 2017  05:00 PM Best Answer
Okay, for future reference or if anyone else needs to do this: you can do the following
Dim Mat A>List 1
List 1
>A : List 1 >B
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