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Re: Getting started with Octave in MS Windows

From: Michael Grossbach
Subject: Re: Getting started with Octave in MS Windows
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 09:02:03 +0100
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The Grumps wrote:
Michael wrote:

 If you would like to clear the plot window before plotting anew, use the
'clr' command (clear).
I presume you meant the 'clear' command.
Sorry, I meant 'clg' for which 'clearplot', 'gplot clear', 'gsplot clear' and 'replot clear' are synonyms (type 'help clg' at the prompt). 'clear' on the other hand removes variables and functions from memory (which in case of functions is /sometimes/ necessary to do explicitely after you changed the code of the respective .m file to force Octave to reload the new code into memory instead of reusing the one already there).

Also, I think closing the "gnuplot
graph" window has the same effect.
True, but that involves using the mouse. To also be able to use this feature in your .m files, 'clg' comes in handy.


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