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## liboctave solve

**From**: |
Matthew Wollenweber |

**Subject**: |
liboctave solve |

**Date**: |
Thu, 19 Jun 2003 12:21:45 -0500 |

What is the difference between the functions solve() and lssolve()?
In specfic I have a Matrix A and a column vectors b and p.
I want to solve for p = A\b
currently p = A.solve(b) returns an error, but i'm not sure if
p = A.lssolve(b) is what I really want.
Is p = A.lssolve(b) the correct way to solve this system?
thanks for the help
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