# ## Bite 31. Matrix multiplication / @ operator

Since 3.5 Python has a binary operator to be used for matrix multiplication: `@`, see PEP 465 -- A dedicated infix operator for matrix multiplication.

The @ sign can now be used on types implementing the `__matmul__` special/magic/dunder method.

It is important to note that whilst this feature shipped in 3.5, none of the standard library builtin types have matrix multiplication implementations. So let's try to implement it on a custom type for this Bite.

Implement a simple class called `Matrix` that takes a list of lists in its constructor.

Implement the `__matmul__`, `__rmatmul__` (reversed) and `__imatmul__` (in place) dunder methods.

Yes, using `numpy` a `np.dot(self, other)` would suffice, but the point is to get you thinking about implementing @ yourself!

Here is a how matrix multiplication works:

```A = [[1, 2],  [3, 4]]
B = [[11, 12], [13, 14]]
```

Doing A @ B would do the following multiplications:

```[[1 * 11 + 2 * 13,   1 * 12 + 2 * 14],
[3 * 11 + 4 * 13,   3 * 12 + 4 * 14]]
```