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Graphing a user input function between limits

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David (view profile)

on 8 May 2012

So what I'm trying to do is plot the user input function between the two plots (pltA and pltB) as number of times determined by the numberofplots input by user. With what I have now it does indeed calculate all the values of y and x between A and B for the default number of iterations (100) but when it plots them it only plots the first value and continues on with the program. Any ideas?

pltA = get(handles.txtA,'String');

pltA = str2num(pltA);

pltB = get(handles.txtB,'String');

pltB = str2num(pltB);

numberofplots = get(handles.txtPlot,'String');

numberofplots = str2num(numberofplots);

intIndex = (pltB - pltA) / numberofplots

intplotiteration = 1

strX = pltA

        while abs(intplotiteration) <= numberofplots
            strX = strX
            sngX = num2str(strX)
            sngX = ['(' sngX ')']
            strFx = strrep(strEquation,'x',sngX)
            sngPlot = eval(strFx)
            intIndex = pltA + intIndex
            intplotiteration = intplotiteration + 1
            hold all



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