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plslabelfunc - Assign a function to use for generating custom axis labels
This function allows a user to provide their own function to provide axis label text. The user function is given the numeric value for a point on an axis and returns a string label to correspond with that value. Custom axis labels can be enabled by passing appropriate arguments to plenv(3plplot), plbox(3plplot), plbox3(3plplot) and similar functions. This function is used in example 19.
label_func (void (*) (PLINT, PLFLT, char *, PLINT, void *), input) This is the custom label function. In order to reset to the default labeling, set this to NULL. The labeling function parameters are, in order: .TP axis This indicates which axis a label is being requested for. The value will be one of PL_X_AXIS, PL_Y_AXIS or PL_Z_AXIS. value This is the value along the axis which is being labeled. label_text The string representation of the label value. length The maximum length in characters allowed for label_text. label_data (void *, input) This parameter may be used to pass data to the label_func function.
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PLplot documentation at http://plplot.sourceforge.net/resources. February, 2012 PLSLABELFUNC(3plplot)