I have gotten into writing my own tools, whenever I realize it’s an option.
I will try to document my process of doing this, starting with one of my favourite projects. It’s not pretty, but it did the job for me.
Anyone who has taken a good course on linear algebra knows row operations. They’re fun, they’re easy to program and you can solve systems of equations with them. It’s all great, up until the point where you have to write them.
If you’re an unlucky fellow, you will do this by hand, and no amount of petting the wildebeest will help you. If you’re a, until now, little less unlucky fellow, you will do this with . It’s cumbersome and boring and I grew tired of it within 10 minutes. I guess it’s time for a tool, huh?
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