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# Matrix-rs: A generic matrix library in Rust
Matrix-rs is a simple matrix library designed to be easy to use.

# Disclaimer
This crate should not be considered mature enough for *professional use*, check alternatives like [cgmath](https://github.com/brendanzab/cgmath) or [nalgebra](https://github.com/sebcrozet/nalgebra) if you are in that case.

If you are still interested, feel free to continue!

# Usage
```text
# Example Cargo.toml

[dependencies]
simple-matrix = "0.1"
```

Then, you can use it in your project:
## Rust 2015
```
// Specify the extern crate in your lib.rs or main.rs
extern crate simple_matrix;

// You can now use it
use simple_matrix::Matrix;

let mat: Matrix<i32> = Matrix::new();
```

## Rust 2018
```
// No need to specify an extern crate
// You can use it directly
use simple_matrix::Matrix;

let mat: Matrix<i32> = Matrix::new();
```

# Example: Basic matrix usage
```
// Create a matrix of default cells
let zero: Matrix<u32> = Matrix::new(3, 3);

// Create a 2x4 matrix from an iterator (fill it row by row)
let mat1: Matrix<u32> = Matrix::from_iter(2, 4, 0..);

// Clone a matrix
let mat2 = mat1.clone();

// Add by reference (do not consume them)
let mut add = &mat1 + &mat2;

// Subtract by value (consume them)
let mut sub = mat1 - mat2;

// OpAssign are also available
sub += &zero;
sub -= zero;

// Get cells
let val: &u32 = add.get(0, 3).unwrap();

// Set cells

// Iterate through the matrix (row by row)
print!("{} ", val);
}
```

# Example: Dot product
```
let mat: Matrix<f64> = Matrix::from_iter(2, 4, 0..);

// Construct the transposed matrix
let mat_t = mat.transpose();

// Construct the dot product
let dot = mat * mat_t;
```

# Features
- *Features are extensions of the library left to opt-in by the user.*
- *They can increase compilation time and library size.*

```text

[dependencies]
simple-matrix = { version = "0.1", features = ["impl_from"] }
```

Current available features are listed below with a little description:
## impl_from
Implements the *From* Trait for basic numeric types.

```
let m1: Matrix<i8> = Matrix::new(3, 5);
let m2: Matrix<i64> = m1.into();
```
*/

#![deny(missing_docs)]

mod matrix;

pub use crate::matrix::*;
```