A Simple Example

For a quick example, let's say you wanted a graph of sin(x). You would then type the following at the gnuplot> prompt: This will pull up another window with the graph you wanted. If you made a mistake or want to slightly change what you typed, hit the UP ARROW. This will pull up what you typed. If you have typed a couple of lines, you can keep hitting the arrow button. The you can use the left and right arrow keys to change what you typed. As a quick example, try changing what you typed to
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