# Internals

PGFPlotsX.print_texFunction
print_tex(io, elt, [container])

Print elt to io as LaTeX code. The optional third argument allows methods to work differently depending on the container.

print_tex(String, ...) returns the LaTeX code as a String.

This method should indent as if at the top level, containers indent their contents as necessary. See print_indent.

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print_tex(io, str)


Print a string as is, terminated with a newline.

Note

This is used as a workaround for LaTeX code that does not have a corresponding type, eg as elements in Axis. raw or LaTeXStrings are useful to avoid piling up backslashes. The newline is added to separate tokens.

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print_tex(io, vector)


Vectors are emitted elementwise without any extra whitespace as LaTeX code, using the print_tex method for each element.

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print_tex(io, x)


Real numbers are printed as is, except for non-finite representation.

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PGFPlotsX.print_indentFunction
print_indent(f, io_main)


Call the f with an IO buffer, capture the output, print it to io_main indended with four spaces.

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print_indent(io_main, elt)


Print elt to io with indentation. Shortcut for the function wrapper of print_indent for a single element.

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PGFPlotsX.expand_scanlinesFunction
expand_scanlines(n, nrow)


Expand scanlines, which is a vector of scanline positions or an integer for repeated scanlines, into a Vector{Int}.

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