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# linspace

linearly spaced vector

### Calling Sequence

[v]=linspace(x1,x2 [,n])

### Arguments

- x1,x2
real or complex scalars

- n
integer (number of values) (default value = 100)

- v
real or complex row vector

### Description

Linearly spaced vector. `linspace(x1, x2)`

generates a row vector of n (default value=100) linearly equally spaced
points between `x1`

and `x2`

. If
`x1`

or `x2`

are complex then
`linspace(x1,x2)`

returns a row vector of n complexes,
the real (resp. imaginary) parts of the n complexes are linearly equally
spaced between the real (resp. imaginary) parst of `x1`

and `x2.`

### Examples

linspace(1,2,10) linspace(1+%i,2+2*%i,10)

### See Also

- logspace — logarithmically spaced vector

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