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;SetPointStyle( <Point>, <Number> )
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Changes the point style of given point according to following table (numbers out of range  [0,10] will be treated as 0).
Changes the point style of given point according to following table (numbers out of range  [0,9] are not valid).
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:46, 13 November 2017


SetPointStyle( <Point>, <Number> )

Changes the point style of given point according to following table (numbers out of range [0,10] will be treated as 0).

Number Style Symbol
0 Full dot Stylingbar point filled.svg
1 Cross
2 Empty dot
3 Plus sign +
4 Full diamond
5 Empty diamond
6 Triangle north
7 Triangle south
8 Triangle east
9 Triangle west
10 Full dot (but with no outline) Stylingbar point full.svg
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