I have the following for loop in c:

```
for (j=0; j<=NOUT; j++)
{
t[j] = -1.4 + 2.8*(double)j/100;
}
```

which creates a hundred points equally spaced between -1.4 and 2.8.

However, I was wondering if it is possible to create a loop which concentrates the number of points at a certain position, for example at 1 (or any given value between -1.4 and 2.8).

So the distance `t[j-1] - t[j]`

gets smaller as `t[j]`

approaches 1 and gets bigger as `t[j]`

heads away from 1. Thus there is a higher concentration of points near `t[j]=1`

for a given neighbourhood.

I not even too sure how one might attempt this task and any help is greatly appreciated.

cfor-loop