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What does 'y:' stand for in plot command?

Asked by Amit Singh on 6 Jun 2018
Latest activity Commented on by Stephen Cobeldick on 6 Jun 2018
I need to debug a piece of code and I can't understand the 'y:' attribute at the end of the line. Can someone point out what it does?
if true
plot(<a 99X1 matrix>,<a 99x1 matrix>,'y:');
end

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" I can't understand the 'y:' attribute at the end of the line. Can someone point out what it does?"
The LineSpec is explained in the plot documentation. Reading the documentation is how you can learn how MATLAB functions work.

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Answer by Birdman
on 6 Jun 2018
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It means a dotted yellow line. For that, you may check the documentation of plot command. That third input argument decides the line style, marker and color:

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