The CINDGEN function returns a complex, single-precision, floating-point array with the specified dimensions.
Result = CINDGEN(D1[, ..., D8])
Returns a complex, single-precision, floating-point array with the specified dimensions. Each element of the array has its real part set to the value of its one-dimensional subscript. The imaginary part is set to zero.
Either an array or a series of scalar expressions specifying the dimensions of the result. If a single argument is specified, it can be either a scalar expression or an array of up to eight elements. If multiple arguments are specified, they must all be scalar expressions. Up to eight dimensions can be specified. If the dimension arguments are not integer values, IDL will convert them to integer values before creating the new array.
This routine is written to make use of IDL's thread pool, which can increase execution speed on systems with multiple CPUs. The values stored in the
To create C, a 4-element vector of complex values with the real parts set to the value of their subscripts, enter:
C = CINDGEN(4)
BINDGEN, DCINDGEN, DINDGEN, FINDGEN, INDGEN, LINDGEN, SINDGEN, UINDGEN, UL64INDGEN, ULINDGEN