When did the functionality of linspace change to give an empty 1-by-0 matrix for n=0? My version is very old (R14, SP3 from 2005), and the command "linspace(1,1,0)" gives 1. Just curious.
hi - not sure, but it is similar in behaviour to ones(1,0), nan(1,0) etc
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