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plot(3x)							      plot(3x)

       openpl,	erase,	label,	line, circle, arc, move, cont, point, linemod,
       space, closepl, box, color, dot - graphics interface



       char s[];

       line(x1, y1, x2, y2)

       circle(x, y, r)

       arc(x, y, x0, y0, x1, y1)

       move(x, y)

       cont(x, y)

       point(x, y)

       char s[];

       space(x0, y0, x1, y1)


       box(x0, x1, y0, y1)



       These subroutines generate graphic output in a device-independent  man‐
       ner.   See  for a description of their effect.  The subroutine precedes
       the other subroutines as it opens the device for writing.  The  subrou‐
       tine  flushes  the  output.  The and routines are used by the lvp16 and
       hp7475a plotters only.

       String arguments to and are null-terminated and	do  not	 contain  new‐

       Many  of	 these	functions have additional options for different output
       devices.	 They are accessed by the options as follows:

       -lplot	     device-independent graphics stream on standard output for

       -lplotaed     AED 512 color graphics terminal

       -lplotbg	     BBN bitgraph graphics terminal

       -lplotdumb    dumb terminals without cursor addressing or line printers

       -lplotgigi    gigi graphics terminal

       -lplotgrn     grn files

       -lplot2648    HP 2648 graphics terminal

       -lplot7221    HP 7221 graphics terminal

       -lplotimagen  Imagen laser printer (default 240 DPI resolution)

       -l300	     GSI 300 terminal

       -l300s	     GSI 300S terminal

       -l450	     DASI 450 terminal

       -l4013	     Tektronix 4013 terminal

       -l4014	     Tektronix 4014 terminal

       -llvp16	     DEC LVP16 and HP7475A plotters

See Also
       graph(1g), plot(1g), plot(5)


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