Season's greetings (was Re: Some Python 2.1 ideas)

Will Ware wware at world.std.com
Tue Dec 26 05:43:34 CET 2000


Alex Martelli (aleaxit at yahoo.com) wrote:
> One thing I wasn't able to easily answer -- what's the
> *easiest* way for a Python beginner to do function-plots,
> with nicely labeled graphs, minor/major ticks, color,
> auto-scaled, &c &c?

Perhaps there is a Windows port of gnuplot? That's what I use
on Linux; I've never tried doing graphs on Windows (well once
or twice in Excel but never from Python).

-- 
import string,time,os;print string.join((lambda x:x[:10]+x[8:])(map(
lambda x:string.center("*"*(lambda x:((x<24) ### Seasons Greetings, Will Ware
*(x-3))+3)(x),24),range(1,28, 2))),"\n") ################ wware at world.std.com



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