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Tim@Visual Micro

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1508.14 Sp5
Aug 16th, 2015 at 8:44am
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The debugger extensible framework has been extended to support @CommandSyntax.

A new Open Source example has been published which is called MultiPlot.

The syntax to open a time-window graph on Analog A0 might be this:-

{@Plot.MyGraph.Analog0 A0}

or with a specific color

{@Plot.MyGraph.Analog0.Red A0}

a graph can share more than one plot

{@Plot.MyGraph.Analog0.Red A0}
{@Plot.MyGraph.Analog1.Blue A1}

or different graphs can be used. 

This example will display two graph tool windows. Analog0 in one and Motor1 and Motor2 in another.

{@Plot.MyGraph.Analog0.Red A0}

{@Plot.Motors.Motor1.Red random(500)}
{@Plot.Motors.Motor1.Blue random(300)}

Make your own graphs using Break Point When Hit {@Plot expr} variables.

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