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Re: how to avoid plot legend

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: how to avoid plot legend
Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2005 11:03:36 -0500

On  5-Dec-2005, James R. Phillips wrote:

| In general there is a larger and more expressive set of plot formatting
| commands available using __gnuplot_set__ (formerly gset) than with direct
| octave commands like legend, deprecations notwithstanding.

Yes, but every one of them will fail when/if Octave's default graphics
engine moves from gnuplot to something else.

Symbols with names like __XXX__ are internal Octave variables and
functions, so they should be avoided unless you you are willing to
accept that your code may break in the future due to changes in the
behavior of Octave's internals.


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