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We start with vector V. Some values W will be inserted into V, at positions U.

Say, `V` contains `[1 2 3 4 5]` and `W` is `[0 -1]` while `U` is `[2 4]`, then the function should return as a result `[1 0 2 3 -1 4 5]`. In other words, the values at the positions in which a new value is inserted shift to the end of the vector. And the indices indicated in U are the *original* indices, when no elements have been inserted yet.

Insertion at position one-after-the-last element of `v` just appends that value to the vector `v`.

Your task is to find the most efficient or elegant solution to code this in Matlab language.

(Eval and Regexp are not your friends this time.)

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Last solution submitted on Aug 13, 2014

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