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Gauss elimination method

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Hi, could anyone provide me with a Gauss elimination method in Delphi code? All I need is the basic body of the algorithm, without pivotization and substitution. If you could add some commentory to the source code, that would be great, thx
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thx, but that is too complicated, I get lost in that source code. I found similar units over the net, but I dont need a ready-to-go solution, I just need the very basic source showing Gaussian elimination
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