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    Dear all,

    In C/C++, is there a built-in function called gnuplot in Linux OS? It is used to create a 2-D plot.
    Also, is there Matlab in Linux OS?

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    its a program, gnuplot . this looks like a alright resource on how to use ithttp://www.cs.uni.edu/Help/gnuplot/

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    For an alternative to MatLab try Octave . It is meant to be equivalent to MatLab 4 or 5 (I forget which) if you use it in 'braindead' mode!

    It should be included in your Linux distribution, there is also a Windows version.

    It might do what you want or it might not ... try it and see
    DavT
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    Thank you

    Thank you all to reply me

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