insert, target, source [, x, ...]
target starting at the
position indicated by the coordinates indicated by
the following arguments, which must all be real scalars.
If there is a single coordinate argument, then
source are regarded as one-dimensional arrays and
x indicates the offset into
target at which
the contents of
source is to be inserted.
If there is more than one coordinate argument, then there must be one
coordinate argument for each dimension of
source must have the same number of dimensions as
source data is then inserted into
target starting at the indicated coordinates, taking
into account the dimensional structure of both.
If any element of
source would be "inserted" beyond the
target, then an error is generated before any
insertions have been done.
insert is mostly obsolete, because insertion using
subscripts (Insertion) can do everything that
do, and is more versatile as well.
insert is kept around
because it was written be fore insertion through subscripts became
available and might still be used in ANA scripts converted to LUX.