MxCopy

Matrix functions 
SYNTAX  MxCopy( & dstmatrix, src_matrix, dst_start_row, dst_endrow, dst_start_col, dst_end_col, src_matrix, src_start_row = 1, src_end_row = 1, src_start_col = 1, src_end_col = 1 ) 
RETURNS  NOTHING 
FUNCTION  Copy rectangular block from one matrix to the other (copy portions of one matrix to the other matrix)
The function works inplace (ie. no allocation occurs  first argument is a reference to existing array and that array content would be overwritten) Parameters:
src_start/src_end values equal to 1 mean "same value as corresponding dst_start/dst_end value" As you noticed shape of source and destination "rectangles" does not need to be the same  for example you can copy vertical column into horizontal row, but the number of elements to be copied must be matching. So, to perform a copy the number of columns multiplied by number of rows in source and destination "rectangles" must be the same. In other words: (dst_end_rowdst_start_row+1)*(dst_end_coldst_start_col+1) == (src_end_rowsrc_start_row+1)*(src_end_colsrc_start_col+1)

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SEE ALSO 
The MxCopy function is used in the following formulas in AFL online library:
See updated/extended version online.