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The Matlab "print" command can be used either to print the current plot to a printer or to save the plot to a file.
The Matlab command:
will send the current plot to the printer "printername". If you have multiple plot windows, you can select the window to print with the "-fhandle" or "-fwindow_title" option. For example, to print Figure No. 2, you can use
To print a Simulink block diagram, use the "-ssystem" option. For example, to print the Simulink block diagram entitled "f14"
will print it to the default printer. The command
will save the current plot to the file "filename.ps".
To save multiple plots in one file, use the "-append" option. For example, the following sequence shows how to save and print 3 plots in one file called "example.ps":
Then to print example.ps to the Pharos printers, use the lpr command at the athena prompt:
The "print" command supports a number of output types including:
Type "help print" at the Matlab prompt for more information on the options available for the print command.