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## §VMM

`vmm`

is a Rust crate that provides a collection of types and utilities for mathematical
operations, specifically tailored for vectors and matrices. The library is designed to be
generic, allowing users to work with vectors and square matrices of different dimensions and element types.

### §Features

**VecN:**Generic vector type representing an array of elements of type`T`

with a fixed size.**MatN:**Generic matrix type representing a 2D array of elements of type`T`

with fixed dimensions.**Vector Operations:**Methods for common vector operations such as dot product, cross product, normalization, etc.**Matrix Operations:**Functions for matrix operations, including transpose, matrix-vector multiplication, and more.**Concise Macros:**Macros for creating vectors and matrices with a concise syntax.

### §Examples

```
// Creating a 2D vector
let vector_2d = Vec2::<i32>::new();
let vec_2d = vec2![1.0, 2.0];
// Creating a 3x3 matrix
let mat_3x3 = Mat3::<i32>::new();
let matrix_3x3 = mat3_raw![[1.0, 2.0, 3.0], [4.0, 5.0, 6.0], [7.0, 8.0, 9.0]];
// Performing vector operations
let dot_product = vec3![1.0, 2.0, 3.0].dot(&vec3![4.0, 5.0, 6.0]);
```

### §Usage

Add the following line to your `Cargo.toml`

file to include the `my_library`

crate in your project:

```
[dependencies]
my_library = "0.1.0"
```

Then, you can use the types and functions from the library in your Rust code.

### §License

This crate is licensed under the MIT License or Apache-2.0.

## Re-exports§

## Modules§

## Macros§

- Macro for creating a 2x2 matrix (
`Mat2`

) using a concise syntax. - Macro for creating a 2x2 matrix (
`Mat2`

) using a concise syntax. - Macro for creating a 3x3 matrix (
`Mat3`

) using a concise syntax. - Macro for creating a 3x3 matrix (
`Mat3`

) using a concise syntax. - Macro for creating a 4x4 matrix (
`Mat4`

) using a concise syntax. - Macro for creating a 4x4 matrix (
`Mat4`

) using a concise syntax. - Macro for creating a 2D vector (
`Vec2`

) using a concise syntax. - Macro for creating a 3D vector (
`Vec3`

) using a concise syntax. - Macro for creating a 4D vector (
`Vec4`

) using a concise syntax.