How do I make graphics (plots) in Prospero Fortran 
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 How do I make graphics (plots) in Prospero Fortran


>I would like to use graphics, plotts, draws etc. in a SVGA mode or
>even VGA mode in Propero fortran.

>Does anyone knows any library in a ftp site?


>Eurico Covas

There is a package called pgplot available from (/pub/plot)
Most of the library is standard fortran 77, and drivers for a variety of
devices (HPGL, laserjet, postscript) and installation instructions for a
variety of UNIX systems are included, as is full documentation. Besides
FTP, the is a homegape, http://www.*-*-*.com/

I am attempting a port to Salford Software FTN77/386, and so far the pro-
cess has been fairly straightforward. I am able to run the demo programs
in 1024 x 768 resolution.

Michael Michelsen,
Dept. Chem.Eng,
Tech. University, Denmark

Fri, 29 Aug 1997 17:12:49 GMT  
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