Graphing functions

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    Graphing functions

    A good day to you all,

    I am working on a school project. I was wondering if there is any easy way to graphically plot mathematical functions on C++. Many, many thanks in advance.

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    Bill

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    Sure, but you need to say which OS/Compiler/Graphics Library you intend to use.
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    Thank you. I am using Windows XP, VC++. I don't know any graphics libraries that exist. What is the easiest one to use?

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