Command Reference : Matrix Language Reference
Create and fill a vector from a list of values.
Syntax: @fill(n1[, n2, n3, ...])
n#: number
Return: vector
Returns a vector containing the elements specified by the arguments to the function. The vector will have length equal to the number of arguments. The maximum number of arguments is 96.
vector v = @fill(1, 4, 6, 21.3)
Will return a 4 element vector, where the first element is set to 1, the second to 4, the third to 6 and the fourth to 21.3.
vector pvals = @cnorm(@fill(-1.65, -1, .5, 1.76))
evaluates the cumulative normal distribution function for the vector of values {-1.65, -1.0, 0.5, 1.76}.
See @filledvector to create and fill a vector with a constant value. See also @sfill.
See also Vector::fill