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Is there any way to set the x,y,t ranges with
script commands? If not it would be a useful new
Perhaps you should try the commands
[3DXmin=a], [3DXmax=a], [3DYmin=a], [3DYmax=a].
For polar mode, replace x's and y's with t's and r's respectively.
I hope this will help you
P.S: I will be pleased if I could see a more complex script for Graphcalc.
thanks for the response,loll.
I have no problem with the x and y settings, they work just fine. The t range however is a problem.
There seems to be no way to set all three ranges.
You're right. There are no commands which allows to modify directly the t-range.
By luck I have seen that the range is not related with the "axes". That means that the value of the X-range is not fixed with the X-axes, the Y-range not with the Y-axes, ...
BUT the values of the 4 ranges (e.g. Xmin, Xmax, Ymin, Ymax) in the euclidean room are the same as in the polar room.
So I have tried the following little programm, and it had worked on the first attempt
I hope this would help you with your problem.