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xlimit

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    Last Modified: January 9, 2017

    Sets or returns the range of the x-scale.

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    Note  

    You can only use the xlimit function in the MathScript Console.

    Syntax

    xlimit ('auto')
    xlimit ('manual')
    xlimit(minx, maxx)
    xlimit
    a = xlimit
    b = xlimit('mode')
    Legacy name: xlim

    Inputs

    'auto'

    Directs MathScript to fit the x-scale automatically to the plot.

    'manual'

    Directs MathScript not to fit the x-scale automatically to the plot.

    minx

    Minimum x-value. minx is a real scalar.

    maxx

    Maximum x-value. maxx is a real scalar.

    'mode'

    Mode that MathScript uses to determine the range of the scale.

    Outputs

    a

    Array of two elements which include minimum and maximum values of the scale.

    b

    Mode that MathScript uses to determine the range of the scale. b is a string that can be either 'auto' or 'manual'.

    Syntax Variants

    • xlimit ('auto') directs MathScript to fit the x-scale automatically to the plot.
    • xlimit ('manual') directs MathScript not to fit the x-scale automatically to the plot.
    • xlimit ('mode') returns the mode which MathScript uses to determine the range of the x-scale.
    • xlimit returns the minimum and maximum values of the x scale.
    • xlimit(minx, maxx) sets the minimum and maximum values of the x scale.
    X = 0:1:10;
    plot(X)
    xlimit([2, 8])
    a = xlimit('mode')

    Where This Node Can Run:

    Desktop OS: Windows

    FPGA: Not supported


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