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LIMITS /MARGIN

[GREG1\]LIMITS [Args . . .] /MARGIN [% ...]
Add or modify the default margins applied to the limits. Without this
option, LIMITS adds margins or not depending on the context:
LIMITS
with no argument (i.e. guess limits from X and Y buffers) a 5%
margin is implicitly added on all sides
LIMITS /VARIABLE Array_X Array_Y
adds an implicit 5% margin on all sides
LIMITS /RGDATA
adds no margin
LIMITS X1 X2 Y1 Y2
with explicit values, no margins are added
If the option /MARGIN is present, margins are added in all cases. The
margin sizes can be customized as follows:
/MARGIN
with no values, add a 5% margin on all limits
/MARGIN Val
with a single value, add a "Val" (%) margin on all limits
/MARGIN ValX ValY
with 2 value, add a ValX (%) margin on the X limits, and a ValY
(%) margin on the Y limits
/MARGIN ValXL ValXR ValYL ValYU
with 4 values, add a ValXL (%) margin on the left X limit. Same
for right X limit, lower Y limit, and upper Y limit
The margin values are percent of the axis range. They can be negative,
which means the axis range will be truncated.
Note that the * = < > arguments to the command apply AFTER margins are
added.

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2021-09-24