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* liboctave: (liboctave). Octave C++ Classes
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@settitle Octave C++ Classes
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@titlepage
@title Octave C++ Classes
@subtitle Edition 1.0 for Octave version @value{VERSION}
@subtitle September 1993
@author John W. Eaton
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Copyright @copyright{} 1996, 1997 John W. Eaton.
This is the first edition of the documentation for Octave's C++ classes,
and is consistent with version @value{VERSION} of Octave.
Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of
this manual provided the copyright notice and this permission notice
are preserved on all copies.
Permission is granted to copy and distribute modified versions of this
manual under the conditions for verbatim copying, provided that the entire
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notice identical to this one.
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into another language, under the same conditions as for modified versions.
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@contents
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@node Top, Acknowledgements, (dir), (dir)
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This manual documents how to use, install and port Octave's C++ class
library, and how to report bugs. It corresponds to Octave version
@value{VERSION}.
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@menu
* Acknowledgements::
* Copying::
* Introduction::
* Arrays::
* Matrix and Vector Operations::
* Matrix Factorizations::
* Ranges::
* Nonlinear Functions::
* Nonlinear Equations::
* Optimization::
* Quadrature::
* Ordinary Differential Equations::
* Differential Algebraic Equations::
* Error Handling::
* Installation::
* Bugs::
* Concept Index::
* Function Index::
--- The Detailed Node Listing ---
Acknowledgements
* Contributors:: People who contributed to developing of Octave.
Arrays
* Constructors and Assignment::
Optimization
* Objective Functions::
* Bounds::
* Linear Constraints::
* Nonlinear Constraints::
* Quadratic Programming::
* Nonlinear Programming::
Quadrature
* Collocation Weights::
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@include preface.texi
@include gpl.texi
@include intro.texi
@include array.texi
@include matvec.texi
@include factor.texi
@include range.texi
@include nlfunc.texi
@include nleqn.texi
@include optim.texi
@include quad.texi
@include diffeq.texi
@include dae.texi
@include error.texi
@include install.texi
@include bugs.texi
@include cp-idx.texi
@include fn-idx.texi
@bye