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Re: Plotting 2D functions with discontinuities


In article <cdnpni$l2b$1 at smc.vnet.net>,
 "Micky Handel" <hmicky at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hello
> I m interested in plotting functions with some discontinuities without 
> displaying the vertical line that Mathematica plots automatically. I have 
> tried using the DiscontinuityPlot and the RLSCF packages that I found and 
> downloaded. However, RLSCF does not function when my function is defined by 
> a Which command, and the DiscontinuityPlot package does not work well with 
> multiple plots. Is there another way of solving this problem?
> Thanks
> Micky

Using DisplayTogether and writing separate Plots for each segment would 
be one way.


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