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a simple way to add your own subroutines into the function library (or even better a separate user defined set of libraries)
Can we not do this and place the pre-defined functions in collapsed areas?
I'm using format("Comments") for commenting but may be that brough me into that unit troubles, who knows...
Using the format function does not achieve anything, but it does no harm. If it's not assigned to a local variable the function is not even executed. If it is assigned to a local variable then it just returns your comment string. But you could just put the sting "Comments" in on it's own.
In Programming within MCAD I'd like: the ability to add Text Comments in subroutines
Can we not do this?????
Beter Labelling on PlotsUser defined fonts
Do you mean change the font on a graph?
saving graph as a jpeg file through simple click and file
A nice workaround is to copy and paste the graph into IrfanView, which is a free download.
Mike Armstrong wrote:In Programming within MCAD I'd like:the ability to add Text Comments in subroutines
Mike Armstrong wrote:
I use string constants as comments in subroutines - see one example:
Please, please tell me how you managed having the negative indent to the left side in your second line !
thanks a lot!
Isn't Valerys image showing different function, not a negative indent?
Gerfried Cebrat wrote:Please, please tell me how you managed having the negative indent to the left side in your second line !
Gerfried Cebrat wrote:
Sorry, it is only picture from my book - not real worksheet. I have edited this picture (made the negative indent) for the save space in the book
My readers know it from from preface.
Only Mathcad MM can do it - see http://communities.ptc.com/message/153976
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