Quincy, Koolplot Problems

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    Quincy, Koolplot Problems

    Hi guys, i'm currently working on a uni project. I have to write a c program that graphs 6 different chaos maps. I've used koolplot without problems before, but now it's proving to be quite problematic. I have created a koolplot project included koolplot.h and written most of my program. However wenever i run the executable it returns the error:

    'Drawing operation was attempted when there was no current window'

    This occurs simply by including the koolplot library let alone using it. Can anyone shed som light on this? Any help is much appreciated.

    Thankyou

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    If you dance barefoot on the broken glass of undefined behaviour, you've got to expect the occasional cut.
    If at first you don't succeed, try writing your phone number on the exam paper.
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    Hi, Yer saw that thread, lol absolutely no use to me. Has anyone experienced the same problem? I have no idea what would cause it.

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    Well have you tried an example from the website - did it work (Yes or No) ?

    Have you ever written a program to use koolplot which worked (Yes or No) ?

    Has your current koolplot program ever worked, or is this a new symptom caused by some edit (Yes or No).

    Post some information dude, you can't just swan into a forum and say "it doesn't work" without giving us any information as to what you've tried already.

    Posting code usually helps as well.

    > Has anyone experienced the same problem?
    It wouldn't necessarily matter if they had. The experienced people on this board can solve all sorts of problems with no prior experience of the particular problem. We don't have to be koolplot wizards for example to fix a basic koolplot problem.
    It it really mattered, you would have joined the forum on the homepage of the library in question.

    > I have no idea what would cause it.
    Obviously.
    If you dance barefoot on the broken glass of undefined behaviour, you've got to expect the occasional cut.
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    Sorry. It doesn't matter figured how to couple gnuplot upto my code, works heaps better

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