Copying the contents (the data, not the description) from one linear algebra object to another is accomplished by a call to place HR here

place HR here

Legal input and output object types include any of those given in previous chapters. We will explain the exact operation performed by first describing what operations must be performed to copy a vector to and from a projected vector. From this, we can easily motivate the copying of multivectors to projected multivectors, and vice versa. Copying to and from matrices becomes somewhat complex, but can be easily understood if blocks of rows and columns of matrices are viewed as projected multivectors. Finally, we explain how to view copying to and from multiscalars.

- Copy involving vectors
- Copy involving multivectors
- Copy involving matrices
- Copy involving multiscalars
- Specialized copy