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Posted 9 Mar 2014It's common practice to keep IO within main, and typically use functions for calculations (however, your are free do implement it anyway you want).
Instead of printing the factorial within the factTable function, try returning the factorial result back to main and printing it there.
Posted 9 Mar 2014You didn't explain your problem, nor post all of the relevant code.
Posted 7 Mar 2014You can do the steps in any order you choose, as long as you end up in row reduced echelon form in the end.
I like to initially swap the rows around at the start to make life easier.
QuoteAlso, am I allowed to multiply the entire last row by zero, if the previous rows are in echelon form?
Or course you can, however you will end up with a matrix that is singular, therefore row reduced echelon form is impossible
Posted 7 Mar 2014You never update you're curDirect string after the cd command
Posted 7 Mar 2014
Quotedoes not seem to require a pointer as if it already has one built in
Arrays are not pointers, however arrays easily decay to pointers. This is because an array is represented by a start address to a continous block of memory.
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