vmrow

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Create a matrix by merging columns of source vectors and/or matrices into the rows of the result.

Usage
vmrow(x1 {, x2 {, .. }})
x1, x2, ..
source vectors and/or matrices with the same number of rows
Result
A matrix with nrow(x1) columns. The columns of the arguments are merged from left to right into the rows of the result matrix.
Note: vmrow(a,b,c) returns the same result as trn(vmcol(a,b,c)), but vmrow is faster and uses less memory than the nested command.
See also
vv, vvget, vvset, vvcat, vmcol, vsubn, vsubc

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Example:

#a := eval vv(1,2,3,4,5)
#b := eval init(5,2,0)
#c := eval vmcol($#a, $#b, $#a) 
// -> $#c is a matrix with 4 rows and 5 columns:
//    $#c[*,*] = $#a,  #c[1,*] = $#b[*,0],  $#c[2,*] = $#b[*,1],  $#c[3,*] = $#a