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Bill Simpson
07/28/12 2:58pm

Perhaps this will do

In[1]:= StepSize=1;j=0;FTW:=j+=StepSize;

In[2]:= Plot[FTW,{t,0,100}]

If you look at the scale you will see that it doesn't quite start at zero and it doesn't have slope equal to 1. That is because Plot is "smart" and does a lot of work behind the scenes where it decides at which points to sample the function. It does provide a linearly increasing plot though.

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Plotting Accumulator newbee 07/27/12 07:45am
Re: Plotting Accumulator Bill Simpson 07/28/12 2:58pm
Re: Plotting Accumulator Michael 07/29/12 10:43am
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