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Bill
09/30/10 12:55pm

Hi John:

You wrote:

Ref: "...RegionPlot[ 20 < x + y < 30, {x, 0, 30}, {y, 0, 30}]

It created the 'same plot' as your code."

In the picture you posted, the plot is shown going from the y axis to the x axis without any gaps. In your last post, (RegionPlot[ 20 < x + y < 30, {x, 0, 30}, {y, 0, 30}]), the code you give shows gaps at the axes. The code I gave you doesn't have gaps at the axes. It's not exactly the same plot that you asked for. You are the requestor of course, and know what's acceptable to you. I was just responding to your first post and attached picture.


Regards,

Bill

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Region filling clipped with RegionFunction John 09/23/10 07:38am
Re: Region filling clipped with RegionFunction Bill 09/23/10 9:42pm
Re: Re: Region filling clipped with RegionFunct... John 09/28/10 10:34pm
Re: Region filling clipped with RegionFunction Bill 09/30/10 12:55pm
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