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How can I create a random vector with at most 1 in it?

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I tried to make a random vector of 0's and 1's like the code below:
v = round(rand(1,n)) % where n is the dimension of the vector
But I'd like to give it a condition to avoid the existence of 1 more than one time. Also, I want the index to be selected randomly.
For example, this:
[1 1 0 0] % where n = 4
is not accepted, but this:
[1 0 0 0]
[0 1 0 0]
either of them will be accepted.
So any help please? Thanks!

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Guillaume on 27 Jun 2018
Edited: Guillaume on 27 Jun 2018
Another option:
v = randperm(n) == n
v = randperm(n) == 1
Ezz El-din Abdullah
Ezz El-din Abdullah on 27 Jun 2018
Thanks a lot Guillaume and Stephen. Appreciate your help, both :)

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