﻿FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix Operators and Type Conversions   # FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix Operators and Type Conversions

The FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix type exposes the following members. Operators
NameDescription  Addition(FloatComplex, FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix)
Adds a scalar to the non-zero elements of a tridiagonal matrix.  Addition(FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix, FloatComplex)
Adds a scalar to the non-zero elements of a tridiagonal matrix.  Addition(FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix, FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix)  Division(FloatComplex, FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix)
Divides a scalar by the non-zero elements of a tridiagonal matrix.  Division(FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix, FloatComplex)
Divides the non-zero elements of a tridiagonal matrix by a scalar.  Division(FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix, FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix)
Divides a tridiagonal matrix by another.  Equality
Tests for equality of two tridiagonal matrices. Two matrices are equal if they have the same dimensions, and all values are equal.  (FloatTriDiagMatrix to FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix)
Implicitly converts a FloatTriDiagMatrix instance into a FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix instance.  Inequality
Tests for equality of two tridiagonal matrices. Two matrices are equal if they have the same dimensions, and all values are equal.  Multiply(FloatComplex, FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix)
Multiplies the non-zero elements of a tridiagonal matrix by a scalar.  Multiply(FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix, FloatComplex)
Multiplies the non-zero elements of a tridiagonal matrix and a scalar.  Multiply(FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix, FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix)
Multiplies two tridiagonal matrices.  Subtraction(FloatComplex, FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix)
Subtracts the non-zero elements of a tridiagonal matrix from a scalar.  Subtraction(FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix, FloatComplex)
Subtracts a scalar from the non-zero elements of a tridiagonal matrix.  Subtraction(FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix, FloatComplexTriDiagMatrix)
Subtracts two tridiagonal matrices.  UnaryNegation
Negation operator.  UnaryPlus
Unary + operator. Just returns the input matrix.
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