matrix class without STL

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    matrix class without STL

    hi

    i'm trying to write a templated class that is for calculating a determinant of an n by n matrix, but i go stuck. it is important to not use the STL library at all.. i getting an error in my code. can you help me? i've already gone through the existing threads..

    so my code so far is:

    Code:
    #include <iostream>
    
    using namespace std;
    
    template <class T>
    
    class Matrix {
    	int rows;
    	int cols;
    	T *data[rows][cols];
    public:
    	Matrix();
    	Matrix(const Matrix<T>&);
    	void load(int, int, T);
    	T read(int, int);
    	void print();
    	T determinant();
    };
    thank you.

    A.

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    What you've asked is the equivalent of saying "Proof read my story", but then only giving the chapter titles and headings.

    I see nothing that shows us what the error is, and I see no code with which I could conduct a test.

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