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Authors: Corbett, Chris
Witten, Ian H.
Keywords: Computer Science
Issue Date: 1-Dec-1981
Abstract: Fig is a preprocessor to troff which allows figures consis ting of arbitrary graphics to be included within formatted text. Such graphics can come from a variety of sources, presented in the form of figures defined within the text, Unix plot files and raw raster files. Figures defined within the text are specified in the PIC language, and thus fig contains a PIC interpreter. The basic objects in PIC are boxes, lines, arrows, circles, arcs, and ellipses. These may be placed anywhere and labelled with arbitrary text. This report is a compendium of documents which give the information needed to get started with fig and PIC.
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