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Re: exponents in strings

From: David Bateman
Subject: Re: exponents in strings
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2003 19:28:07 +0200
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Dapr├Ęs Yusif Khalil Akhund <address@hidden> (le 12/08/2003):
> Hi,
> I'm trying to pring T^-1 in standard form on a plot, but if I type in
> xlabel("...T^-1")

Firstly that should read


otherwise the "-" is superscripted but the 1 isn't. This follows TeX 

> it is printed exactly as entered.  Does anyone know how to create a string
> that contains exponents (superscripts)?  Thanks.

Secondly, you won't get the superscripts, etc on the screen. But if you then 
do something like

gset term postscript enhanced color solid 'Times-Roman' 18
gset output ''

You'll get them in the postscript file


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