[pstricks] concatenation of \psline
Goebel, Juergen, OPES26
juergen.goebel at eads.com
Tue Mar 13 07:21:07 CET 2007
> Herbert Voss wrote:
> \psline is _always_ a single line. A missing second argument is
> always (0,0).
Oh, I thought that LaTeX would use the current pen-position for
the missing "first" argument. My mistake.
> Alternatives are
> \psline(0;0)(5;35)(5;40) % one end arrow
Alas, that's not what I need here. The final graph shall
consist of several arrows (vectors), where each one starts
at the end of the preceding one. So with something like
> % \psline(5;35)(5;40) % easy but incorrect
> \psline(5;35)(9.99;37.5) % correct but tedious
I would have to compute the start and end point of the n-th
vector for n > 1. Is there any easier and more elegant
solution for this problem?
E. g. I might nest \rput and \psline such that I set
the origin of the new vector always to a "new" (0,0),
but this will be neither easy nor elegant.
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