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Exceptions Style Problem

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  • Subject: [mg86699] Exceptions Style Problem
  • From: WetBlanket <Wyvern864 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2008 05:22:02 -0500 (EST)

I generated a plot using this code:

folium[t_]:={3t/(1+t^3),3t^2/(1+t^3)};

y1=ParametricPlot[folium[t],{t,-30,30},PlotRange->{{-3,3},{-3,3}}]

It was a nice folium with the asymptote displayed.

Next I plotted

y1= ParametricPlot[folium[t], {t,-30,30},PlotRange->{{-3,3},
{-3,3}},Exclusions->-1 ]

As expected this gave me the folium without the asymptote displayed.

Finally, I plotted

y1= ParametricPlot[folium[t], {t,-30,30},PlotRange->{{-3,3},{-3,3}}
,ExclusionsStyle->Blue,Exclusions->-1]

I expected to see the asymptote displayed in Blue, since the
documentation for ExclusionsStyle says, "ExclusionsStyle is an option
to plotting functions that specifies how to render subregions excluded
according to Exclusions."

But, instead I get the folium without the asymptote displayed.

Can anyone help me understand what I am missing?

Thanks

Gary Boswell


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