[pstricks] another confusion about \parametricplotThreeD
Herbert Voss
Herbert.Voss at FU-Berlin.DE
Mon Jan 2 16:29:51 CET 2012
Am 02.01.2012 16:20, schrieb Nitecki, Zbigniew H.:
> Thanks---I had forgotten whether the previous example had been \parametricplotThreeD or just \parametricplot.
> The example I sent this time did not have the extra jul (I wanted t^2, not t^3).
>
> In any case, unless I am being very blind, my real question in this post is different: why is the green curve,
> coded as
> \parametricplotThreeD[linecolor=green](-3,3){%
> t
> 0
> t dup t mul 36 add sqrt 3 div
your code is wrong! you have with
t dup t mul => t t t mul
three t!
If you want t² then use
t dup mul => t t
or
t t mul
or as I already pointed out "t 2 exp"
or, which is easier to prevent such errors
\parametricplotThreeD[linecolor=green,algebraic](-3,3){%
t | 0 | sqrt(t^2+36)/3 }
Herbert
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