Split a vector into two vectors randomly

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hi, I have a vector that has 36 values and I'd like to split it into two vectors randomly. ( the first vector has 25 values and the second has 11 values ).
I have written this code but when i have repeated values in the original vector, i will not get 11 samples in the second vector because of this command
I really appreciate any help guys. Kind Regards.

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Roger Stafford
Roger Stafford on 22 Dec 2016
Edited: Roger Stafford on 22 Dec 2016
Why not do this:
t = original_vec(randperm(Total_Samples));
First_vec = t(1:25);
Second_vec = t(26:36);
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neamah al-naffakh
neamah al-naffakh on 22 Dec 2016
thank you so much :) you are really kind

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