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how do you get the saddle point of a matrics in eiffel???
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Are you talking about Eiffel as in an object-oriented programming language that runs on MS-DOS, OS/2 etc?

If so, you want to delete this question, repost it in the "Lounge" and increase points to about 150 because there aren't many who know about this I suspect.
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See all about eiffel: "http://www.eiffel.com/products/math.html"  Commercial Eiffel library at I.S.E.
Regards, Alex
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