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Wed, 29 Jun 2005 15:05:19 -0500
-The 'draw' command works only under an X-Windows environment (unix/linux). The
-command is described in Chapter 7 of the AxiomBook. The syntax of the command
The 'draw' command works only under an X-Windows environment (unix/linux).
Work is underway to create a new user interface (AxiomUI) that among other
things will allow graphics to be viewed under other operating systems. If
you're interested in graphics, please pitch in!
The command is described in Chapter 7 of the AxiomBook. The syntax of the
draw(f(x,y), x=a..b, y=c..d, options)
-Axiom graphics requires an X-windows environment (unix/linux).
-This is not available under native windows. Axiom graphics
-may be re-written to no longer depend on X-windows and/or
-it may be eventually be possible to build Axiom graphics in
-CygWin with XWindows installed. But with the current version
-for Axiom for windows, Axiom graphics is not available.
-From unknown Fri May 13 00:38:17 -0500 2005
-Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 00:38:17 -0500
-Subject: how graphics install windows
The points in such a graph can be constructed as follows:
lineSegments := [[point [sin(x*%pi/10)$DoubleFloat, x*%pi/10], point
[sin((x+1)*%pi/10)$DoubleFloat, (x+1)*%pi/10]] for x in 0..20]
lineColors := [dark blue() for i in 1..20]
pointColors := [dark blue() for i in 1..20]
lineSize := [6 for i in 1..20]
makeGraphImage(lineSegments, lineColors, pointColors, lineSize)
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