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PadRight

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PadRight[list, n]
makes a list of length n by padding list with zeros on the right.
PadRight[list, n, x]
pads by repeating the element x.
PadRight[list, n, {x1, x2, ...}]
pads by cyclically repeating the elements xi.
PadRight[list, n, padding, m]
leaves a margin of m elements of padding on the left.
PadRight[list, {n1, n2, ...}]
makes a nested list with length ni at level i.
PadRight[list]
pads a ragged array list with zeros to make it full.
  • PadRight[list, n, ...] always returns a list of length n, except in some special cases where padding is {}.
  • With padding {x1, x2, ..., xs} cyclic repetitions of the xi are effectively laid down and then the list is superimposed on top of them, with the first element of the list lying on an occurrence of x1.  »
  • A margin of Round[(n-Length[list])/2] effectively centers list.
  • PadRight[list, n, list] effectively treats list as cyclic.
  • PadRight[list, n, {xlist}] can be used to repeat an individual element that is itself a list.
  • PadRight[{}, n, {x1, x2, ...}] repeats the sequence of xi as many times as fits in a list of length n.
  • PadRight[list, {n1, n2, ...}] creates a full array with dimensions {n1, n2, ...} even if list is ragged.  »
  • Negative ni specify to pad on the left.
  • PadRight[list, {n1, n2}, {{x11, x12, ...}, {x21, ...}, ...}] pads by repeating the block of xij.
  • PadRight[list, {n1, n2, ...}, list] effectively treats list as cyclic in every dimension.
  • PadRight[list, {n1, n2, ...}, padding, {m1, m2, ...}] uses margin mi at level i.
  • The object list need not have head List.
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