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Parallel coord #17

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Parallel coord #17

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goes with CDAT/cdat#2130

@@ -2255,7 +2255,8 @@ def drawtextcombined(self, Tt_name=None, To_name=None, string=None,
*******************Texttable Names List**********************
...
*******************End Texttable Names List**********************
>>> tc=a.drawtextcombined(Tt_name = 'std_example', To_name='7left_example', string='Hello example!', spacing=5,
>>> tc=a.drawtextcombined(Tt_name = 'std_example', To_name='7left_example',
... string='Hello example!', spacing=5,
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@embrown do you think my split will break anything for you?

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@doutriaux1 No, this should be fine.

["blue","green","red"], ["cross","square","dot"],[3,4,5],
["sample A","type B","thing C"],True)
x.png("sample")

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@doutriaux1 format is incorrect here. Should be:

:Example:

    .. doctest:: template_drawLinesAndMarkers

        >>> ...

Where the ... is your code example. Any python lines that would return something to the screen when run on the console should be followed by the expected output:

>>> print("Like this")
'Like this'

@dnadeau4 dnadeau4 merged commit f5b4dca into master Oct 5, 2016
@dnadeau4 dnadeau4 deleted the parallel_coord branch October 5, 2016 21:19
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