[pstricks] \psxTick(){} and \psyTick(){}
Hubert Lam
hubert at lamfamily.info
Wed Jul 6 01:57:26 CEST 2016
Hi all
Has there been anyone who could tame \psxTick and \psyTick to accept some PS commands?
Say for example I wish to place a y-tick at $\frac{\pi}{2}$. At the moment it seems that I have to use a decimal approximation:
\psyTick(1.57){\frac{\pi}{2}}
But it would be terrific if it could be modified to accept some PS calculatios:
\psyTick(!PI 2 div){\frac{\pi}{2}}
Similarly with fractions, if I want to place an x-tick at $\frac{110}{1230}$ then I would have to use
\psxTick(0.08943089){\frac{110}{1230}}
...whereas it would be terrific if it could accept
\psxTick(!110 1230 div){\frac{11}{1230}}
(Or am I not using it properly?)
Many thanks!
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