How to fill the remaining "N" number of rows, of an already populated vector, with zeros

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It may be confusing, so let me explain. The "GV" data I provided has values in it. It is size (18,001 x 1). I want the to fill the remaining "N" number of rows with zeros. So it may be a (20,000 x 1) or perhaps a (30,000 x 1) vector, but still with the first 18,001 rows filled with the "GV" values. How to do this??
Thank you in advance!

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MF on 18 Sep 2018
Edited: MF on 19 Sep 2018
Here is an example. 1) Let's first make a random vector of the size you have specified and 2) fill the vector with zeros so that it reaches 20000 rows.

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Bruno Luong
Bruno Luong on 18 Sep 2018
Edited: Bruno Luong on 18 Sep 2018
% ... Compute GV
GV(20000)=0 % if you are sure 20000>length(GV), if not protect with IF

dpb on 18 Sep 2018
Alternatively, and perhaps more efficient depending upon how GV is generated/obtained...
GV(Ntotal,1)=0; % preallocate (could also write zeros(Ntotal,1) )
GV(1:N)=GVcalculation(1:N); % put the calculation results in first N locations
Which way is more effective depends on the details we don't know...




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