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*Subject*: linear algebra package question*From*: adler at stephenadler.com (Stephen Adler)*Date*: Tue Jul 13 15:28:02 2004

Guys, I'm thinking of using the gsl-blas routines provided by gsl to do some basic linear algebra stuff. Now, I want to do something really simple, do a scaler multiply of 2 vectors, (i.e. for (int i=0;i<VecSize;i++) c[i] = a[i]*b[i] ) Now I could write the for loop, but I would like to stick to using the gsl-blas routines to do all vector and matrix manipulations. My problem is that I can't seem to find a vector multiply function! What's the trick? Thanks. Steve.

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