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# Having problem with Array practice excises

Write a function 'identity' which returns a 1 if the array argument passed to it represents an identity matrix, and returns 0 otherwise.

An identity matrix is an m by m array of integers, where the values of the elements on the principle diagonal (row subscript == col subscript)equal 1, and all other elements are 0.

for example:

1   0   0   0
0   1   0   0
0   0   1   0
0   0   0   1

is an identity matrix of order 4 by 4,

1   0   0
0   1   0
0   0   1

is an identity matrix of order 3 by 3,

and
1   1   5
0   1   0
0   0   1

is NOT an identity matrix.

The function identity is passed two arguments: the array, and the order of the matrix (ie the size of the two dimensions). Thus the prototype of the function would be written as:

int identity (int a[][], int m);

where a is the array and m represents the number of rows and columns.

You may assume that the number of rows always equals the number of
columns
for the array.

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muhbest
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Commented:
We don't do your homework for you.  It's against EE policy.

Have a go, and post your code asking specific questions if you run into problems
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Commented:
I agree with Answer2000 - give it a try yourself and then send in your queries regarding any problems.

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Commented:
It is not that difficult.  :)  think ||. that is all I am saying.
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Commented:
cannot be done as you cannot has a function with prototype

int identity (int a[][], int m);

the [][] doesn't work (only the last [...] can be empty

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