1 | initial version |

@ whatupmatt , as an alternative, you can do
K[1, -6:] = ones_matrix(1,6)
and
K[1, 40:44] = ones_matrix(1,4)
A warning: remember that in Python the first row of the matrix is row 0, so `K[1,...]`

modifies the *second row*.

2 | No.2 Revision |

@ whatupmatt , as an alternative, you can ~~do
~~do

```
K[1, -6:] = ones_matrix(1,6)
```

and

```
K[1, 40:44] = ones_matrix(1,4)
```

A warning: remember that in Python the first row of the matrix is row 0, so `K[1,...]`

modifies the *second row*.

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