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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • gnuplot also has support for the tek mode. Just do

    $ gnuplot
    set term tek40xx

    Then use the "Switch to tek mode" menu item from the middle menu () and finally plot something:

    plot sin(x)

  • First thing I did was convert the program at http://www.selectric.org/tek4010/ [selectric.org] into perl, outputting to stdout instead of the serial port. I imagine the reason why very little uses the Tektronix emulation mode is the requirement to clear the screen to erase anything.