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[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #58030] function polar does not accept propert

From: Rik
Subject: [Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #58030] function polar does not accept property/value pairs
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2020 19:57:25 -0400 (EDT)
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Follow-up Comment #3, bug #58030 (project octave):

Try 'help plot'.  The calling forms are

 -- plot (Y)
 -- plot (X, Y)
 -- plot (X, Y, FMT)
 -- plot (..., PROPERTY, VALUE, ...)

FMT is listed separately because it is not the same as "PROPERTY", "VALUE"

Further on, FMT is defined

Multiple property-value pairs may be specified, but they must
appear in pairs.  These arguments are applied to the line objects
drawn by 'plot'.  Useful properties to modify are "linestyle",
"linewidth", "color", "marker", "markersize", "markeredgecolor",
"markerfacecolor".  See Line Properties.

The FMT format argument can also be used to control the plot style.
It is a string composed of four optional parts:
"<linestyle><marker><color><;displayname;>".  When a marker is
specified, but no linestyle, only the markers are plotted.
Similarly, if a linestyle is specified, but no marker, then only
lines are drawn.  If both are specified then lines and markers will
be plotted.  If no FMT and no PROPERTY/VALUE pairs are given, then
the default plot style is solid lines with no markers and the color
determined by the "colororder" property of the current axes.

Format arguments:


     '-'  Use solid lines (default).
     '--' Use dashed lines.
     ':'  Use dotted lines.
     '-.' Use dash-dotted lines.


     '+'  crosshair
     'o'  circle
     '*'  star
     '.'  point
     'x'  cross
     's'  square
     'd'  diamond
     '^'  upward-facing triangle
     'v'  downward-facing triangle
     '>'  right-facing triangle
     '<'  left-facing triangle
     'p'  pentagram
     'h'  hexagram


     'k'  blacK
     'r'  Red
     'g'  Green
     'b'  Blue
     'y'  Yellow
     'm'  Magenta
     'c'  Cyan
     'w'  White

     Here "displayname" is the label to use for the plot legend.

Nothing wrong with the manual.


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