I've just begun learning c++ and what is very different from MATLAB (e.g.) is that one has to use include files.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I was wondering if theres somewhere I can download mathematical #includes which already has stuff like matrix inverses, trigonometric functions, etc, defined.

I think numerical recipes has something like that, but you have to pay.

In python one usually uses scipy, numpy and similar stuff. But what do people that use c++ do?

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