any standard C for Gaussian Elimination to turn a matrix into echelon form

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    any standard C for Gaussian Elimination to turn a matrix into echelon form

    n*m matrix
    n<=10
    m<=10

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    There's all sorts of standard C running around to do such a thing.

    Better yet, why don't you write some (or if, by some strange chance this is not an assignment of some kind, google it yourself)?

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