|Function||Draws a Cartesian coordinate system and plots two X-Y vector pairs into it.|
|Syntax C/C++||#include <Vgraph.h>
void VF_xy2AutoPlot( fVector X1, fVector Y1, ui size1, unsigned form1, COLORREF color1, fVector X2, fVector Y2, ui size2, unsigned form2, COLORREF color2 );
|C++ VecObj||#include <OptiVec.h>
void vector<T>::xy2AutoPlot( const vector<T>& X1, unsigned form1, COLORREF color1, const vector<T>& X2, const vector<T>& Y2, unsigned form2, COLORREF color2 );
procedure VF_xy2AutoPlot( X1, Y1:fVector; size1:UIntSize; form1:UInt; color1:COLORREF; X2, Y2:fVector; size2:UIntSize; form2:UInt; color2:COLORREF );
|Description||The vector Y1 is plotted against the vector X1 and Y2 against X2 after automatically drawing a Cartesian coordinate system. For a description of the parameters form1, form2, and color1, color2, see VF_xyAutoPlot. Prior to calling VF_xy2AutoPlot, the plotting routines have to be initialized by V_initGraph or V_initPlot.
The VecObj version of this function has to be called as a member function of Y1 (rather than of X1).
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