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# square

set scales for isometric plot (change the size of the window) **(function obsolete)**

### Syntax

square(xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax)

### Arguments

- xmin, xmax, ymin, ymax
four real values.

### Description

This function is obsolete. It will be removed in Scilab 6.1. |

Please replace `square(a,b,c,d)` with
`gcf().axes_size = [n n]; replot([a b c d])`
where `n` is the size in pixels of the desired
graphic square window. This replacement can be extended to any
existing graphic window, not only the current one. |

`square`

is used to have isometric scales on the x
and y axes. The requested values `xmin`

,
`xmax`

, `ymin`

,
`ymax`

are the boundaries of the graphics frame
and `square`

changes the graphics window
dimensions in order to have an isometric plot.
`square`

sets the current graphics scales
and can be used in conjunction with graphics routines which request
the current graphics scale (for instance `strf="x0z"`

in
`plot2d`

).

### See also

### History

Version | Description |

6.0 | square() is tagged as obsolete. It will be removed from Scilab 6.1 |

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