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The display Command

The display command prints information about the named vectors, or about all vectors in the current plot if no names are given.

display [vecname ...]
This command will list the names, types and lengths of the vectors, and whether the vector is real or complex.

Additional information is also given: if there is a minimum or maximum value for the vector defined, this is listed (see A.1 for the manner in which this and the rest of the per-vector parameters are defined), if there is a default grid type or a default plot type, they are mentioned, and if there is a default color or a default scale for the vector it is noted. Additionally, one vector in the plot will have the notation [default scale] appended -- this vector will be used as the x-scale for the plot command if none is given or if the vectors named have no default scales of their own. See the plot command (4.8.6) for more information on scales.

The vectors are sorted by name unless the variable nosort is set. The let command without arguments is equivalent to the display command without arguments.


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Stephen R. Whiteley 2017-11-08