`XXXMatrix operator - ()`

Example: `B = -A;`Return a new matrix such that each element is the negative of the element of the

source.

`XXXMatrix operator ~ ()`

Example: `B = ~A;`Return a new matrix that is the transpose of the source.

`XXXMatrix operator ! ()`

Example: `B = !A;`Return a new matrix which is the inverse of the source.

`XXXMatrix operator ^(int exponent)`

Example: `B = A^2;`Return a new matrix which is the source matrix to the given exponent power. The exponent can be negative, in which case the exponent is first treated as a positive number and the final result is then inverted.

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`XXXMatrix transpose()`

Example: `B = A.transpose();`This is the same as the

`XXXMatrix inverse()`

Example: `B = A.inverse();`This is the same as the

`ComplexMatrix conjugate()`

Example: `ComplexMatrix B = A.conjugate();`Return a new matrix such that each element is the complex conjugate of the source. This function is defined for the

`ComplexMatrix hermitian()`

Example: `ComplexMatrix B = A.hermitian();`Return a new matrix which is the Hermitian Transpose (conjugate transpose) of the source. This function is defined for the