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The file XANADU:[PLOT.QDP]DEMO.FOR contains a simple Fortran program that creates the necessary arrays and then calls the PLT subroutine. The complete source code for the DEMO.FOR program is:
C--- C DEMO.FOR demonstrates how to call PLT from a Fortran program. C--- C [AFT] C--- INTEGER MXROW, MXCOL, MXVEC, MXCMD PARAMETER (MXROW=200, MXCOL=3, MXVEC=2, MXCMD=10) CHARACTER CMD(MXCMD)*72 REAL Y(MXROW, MXCOL) INTEGER IERY(MXVEC), NVEC, NPTS, NCMD, IER INTEGER I C--- C Create two vectors. The first vector will contain the X locations C and a symmetric error (with constant value of 0.5). The second C vector will contain X*X and no error. NVEC=2 IERY(1)=1 IERY(2)=0 NPTS=100 DO 190 I=1,NPTS Y(I,1)=I Y(I,2)=.5 Y(I,3)=Y(I,1)*Y(I,1) 190 CONTINUE C--- C Now add a couple of commands, to make plot look nicer. CMD(1)='LAB X Time (sec)' CMD(2)='LAB Y Distance (m)' CMD(3)='LAB T Made with DEMO.FOR' CMD(4)='LINE STEP 2' NCMD=4 C--- C Call the PLT subroutine. CALL PLT(Y, IERY, MXROW, NPTS, NVEC, CMD, NCMD, IER) END
The file XANADU:[PLOT.QDP]DEMO.COM will compile and link the DEMO.FOR program on a VMS system. This file can be used as an example for linking other routines that call PLT. It is necessary to link with both the XANLIB library and also the PGPLOT graphics library.
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