interfacing with gnuplot without pipes
Date: Sun, 08 Feb 2004 23:33:13 +0100
I want to visualize numerical results with gnuplot. The easiest way would be
use a pipe to gnuplot. But I want to be platform independent, just relying
the C++-standard. What is the recommended way of getting this functionality?
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