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octave-2.0.11 [gnu]plot bug?

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: octave-2.0.11 [gnu]plot bug?
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 18:21:41 -0500 (CDT)

On 20-Apr-1998, (Ted Harding) <address@hidden> wrote:

| Using octave-2.0.11, the following distils an apparent bug:
| octave:1> t=(1:100)'; U=rand(size(t)); V=10*rand(size(t));
| octave:2> plot(t,V,"-r",t,U,"-b")
| octave:3> plot(t,V,"-b",t,U,"-r")
| octave:4> plot(t,V,"-r",t,U,"-b")
| octave:5> plot(t,V,"-b",t,U,"-r")
| octave:6> plot(t,U,"-b",t,V,"-r")
| octave:8> plot(t,U,"-r",t,V,"-b")
| On my Linux system, the first 4 plots (lines 2-5) show a single curve only.
| The fifth (line 6) shows both curves, likewise the sixth (line 7).
| Comments? (I suspect a gnuplot bug).

What terminal type are you using?  If it is X11, then I suspect the
bug that I fixed in that terminal driver.  My patch is available here:


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