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Latest revision as of 22:30, 3 January 2010

pl[edit]

Syntax[edit]

pl [-float] [-zclip] [-2d] [-grid] out_file | "|" filter


Argument(s)[edit]

[-float]
Optional. Use real numbers vice integers.
[-zclip]
Optional. Clip plot to viewing cube in Z direction
[-2d]
Optional. Make two dimentional plot.
[-grid]
Optional. Include grid.
out_file | "|" filter
Destination Point for data.


Return Value(s)[edit]

No Return Values for this command.


Description[edit]

The "pl" command creates a UNIX plot of the current MGED display. If an output_file is specified, the plot is stored in that file. If a filter is specified, the output is sent to that filter. The -float option requests a plot file with real numbers rather than integers. The -zclip option requests that the plot be clipped to the viewing cube in the Z-direction. The -2d option requests a two-dimensional plot (the default is 3D). The -grid option is intended to include a grid in the plot, but is currently not implemented. This command uses the dm-plot display manager. The plot command performs the same function, but does not use the dm-plot display manager.


Example(s)[edit]

mged> pl -float | pldebug
Create a UNIX plot of the current MGED display and pipe the results to the pldebug command


See Also[edit]

plot

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