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Default hadamard matrix


What would the best method be to create a Hadamard matrix in C++?

I'd like to store the matrix in a 2 dimensional array with dimensions 16 x 2048.

Is this correct so far..?

int f, N, had[16][2048];
                 for (f=0; f<16; f++);
                       for (N=0; N<2048; N++);
                             had[f][N] =

So i'm now looking to fill the array with the hadamard values. Is it possible to stretch the values in the area to allow for the size of N. Any help would be much appreciated.


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