In order to use the 32 bit SIMPLEPLOT graphics drawing library, the executable must
have access to a DLL called simple.dll. This DLL is supplied with
Silverfrost compilers. When making direct calls to the SIMPLEPLOT library (see the
user_drawn option), the program must also be linked using the DLL.
Native ClearWin+ graph plotting is also available using the options described
below together with the further information provided here.
width and height represent the pixel dimensions of a SIMPLEPLOT
graphics region within the window. Information about the options that are
available is provided here.
Some of the options take additional arguments. Data that is real must be passed
as double precision values despite the fact that the SIMPLEPLOT library uses
only single precision arithmetic.
Data that is provided via additional arguments should normally be available
throughout the life time of the window. This enables the window to be re-drawn,
for example after a re-sizing operation.