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Repeat copies of array elements

`u = repelem(v,n)`

`B = repelem(A,r1,...,rN)`

,
where `u`

= repelem(`v`

,`n`

)`v`

is a scalar or vector, returns a vector
of repeated elements of `v`

.

If

`n`

is a scalar, then each element of`v`

is repeated`n`

times. The length of`u`

is`length(v)*n`

.If

`n`

is a vector, then it must be the same length as`v`

. Each element of`n`

specifies the number of times to repeat the corresponding element of`v`

.

This syntax is not supported for `table`

input.

returns
an array with each element of `B`

= repelem(`A`

,`r1,...,rN`

)`A`

repeated according
to `r1,...,rN`

. Each `r1,...,rN`

must
either be a scalar or a vector with the same length as `A`

in
the corresponding dimension. For example, if `A`

is
a matrix, `repelem(A,2,3)`

returns a matrix containing
a `2`

-by-`3`

block of each element
of `A`

.

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