function resu = end(df, k, n)
%# function resu = end(df, k, n)
%# This is the end operator for a dataframe object, returning the
%# maximum number of rows or columns
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%# $Id: end.m 852 2010-07-22 10:47:55Z dupuis $
resu = df._cnt(k);
error("incorrect call to end, index greater than number of dimensions");