## ADDCOL/ADDROWEdit

## DELCOL/DELROWEdit

## EDITMATEdit

**Syntax**

EDITMAT <matrix>:

**Detail**

- Opens the edit matrix screen, allowing the user to input data into a matrix. <matrix> can be one of the ten matrix variables from M0 to M9.
- Essentially the same as PROMPT - but used for matrix input.

**Example**

MSGBOX "This program multiplies two matrices.": MSGBOX "Please enter the first matrix.": EDITMAT M1: MSGBOX "Please enter the second matrix.": EDITMAT M2: M1*M2?M3: MSGBOX "The result of the multiplication is stored in M3."

This program will multiply two matrices, as detailed in the MSGBOX commands.

## RANDMATEdit

**Syntax**

RANDMAT <matrix>;<#rows>;<#columns>:

**Detail**

- Generates a matrix in variable <matrix> of size <#rows> x <#columns>, setting each element to a random integer (apparently) from -9 to 9, inclusive.
- Essentially the same as PROMPT - but used for matrix input.

**Example**

RANDMAT M1;50;50:

Makes a really big matrix filled with random integers that wastes a fair bit of your calculator's memory, as well as drains the batter power writing all that info to memory. Useful!

## REDIMEdit

## REPLACEEdit

## SCALEEdit

**Note:** This information was obtained via trial and error and may be incorrect, pending verification. Splintax 12:57, 8 February 2006 (UTC)

**Syntax**

SCALE <matrix>;<factor>;<row>:

**Detail**

- Multiplies all elements in the row <row> of matrix <matrix> by scalar <factor>.

**Example**

[[1,2],[3,4]] |STO| M1: SCALE M1;5;1: EDITMAT M1:

Generates the 2x2 matrix with [1 2] on the top and [3 4] on the bottom row, then multiplies the top row (row 1) by 5 to make it [5 10].

## SCALEADDEdit

**Note:** This information was obtained via trial and error and may be incorrect, pending verification. Splintax 13:03, 8 February 2006 (UTC)

**Syntax**

SCALEADD <matrix>;<factor>;<rowa>;<rowb>:

**Detail**

- Adds each element of <rowa>, multiplied by <factor>, to each element of <rowb>.

**Example**

[[1,2],[3,4]] |STO| M1: SCALEADD M1;5;1;2: EDITMAT M1:

Generates the 2x2 matrix with [1 2] on the top and [3 4] on the bottom row, then adds the top row multiplied by 5 (that is, [5 10]) to the bottom row to produce [8 14].