the Python documentation for `Matrix.__mul__(self, other)`

states:

If both objects are of type Matrix, multiplies the left hand matrix by the right hand matrix.

Which is very confusingly worded IMHO, since right-handed and left-handed matrices are defined terms, but most likely not what this section is referring to. To avoid ambiguities it should be probably something like this instead:

If both objects are of type Matrix, it multiplies the matrix on the left side of the operator by the matrix on the right side of the operator.

or preferably just :

If both objects are of type Matrix, it multiplies

selfbyother.

Cheers,

zipit

the Python documentation for `Matrix.__mul__(self, other)`

states:

If both objects are of type Matrix, multiplies the left hand matrix by the right hand matrix.

Which is very confusingly worded IMHO, since right-handed and left-handed matrices are defined terms, but most likely not what this section is referring to. To avoid ambiguities it should be probably something like this instead:

If both objects are of type Matrix, it multiplies the matrix on the left side of the operator by the matrix on the right side of the operator.

or preferably just :

If both objects are of type Matrix, it multiplies

selfbyother.

Cheers,

zipit

Best and stay safe!

R