Complete the following steps to fill a column with a pattern of numbers that are not equally spaced, such as the numbers 10 20 50.

- In Store patterned data in, enter a column number (for example,
`C1`) or a column name. If the name contains spaces, enclose the name in single quotation marks. - In Arbitrary set of numbers, enter the sequence of numbers in the pattern, separated by spaces. You can enter stored constants (K) instead of numbers.
###### Tip

You can use a colon to denote consecutive numbers and a slash to denote increments. For example, if you enter

`50:52/0.5`, the output is`50 50.5 51 51.5 52`. - Enter the repeat information for the pattern.
- In Number of times to list each value, enter the number of consecutive times to list each value in the sequence.
- In Number of times to list the sequence, enter the number of times to repeat the entire sequence.

For example, these settings create the following column of data.

- Arbitrary set of numbers:
`1 7 8` - Number of times to list each value:
`2` - Number of times to list the sequence:
`3`

C1 |
---|

Numbers |

1 |

1 |

7 |

7 |

8 |

8 |

1 |

1 |

7 |

7 |

8 |

8 |

1 |

1 |

7 |

7 |

8 |

8 |