2Plotting on Graph Controls

Chapter Highlights

• Graph Attributes and Cursors

• Manual Zooming and Panning

• Creating Graph Legends

• Plotting Geometric Patterns on Graph Control

• Summary

• Library Function Prototypes and Definitions

Graph controls are useful when you want to display your data in a graphical format. This chapter explains the graph control attributes, cursor controls, zooming and panning, and creating graph legends using the toolbox. The ways to draw geometric objects such as lines, arcs, rectangles, and ovals are shown using the library functions. Adding text to the graph control is explained by creating a new metafont based on the existing metafont by changing the point size and other font attributes. You will see how to enter ...

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