[R] hit return key before next gaph appears
ccleland at optonline.net
Thu Oct 19 20:28:01 CEST 2006
Leeds, Mark (IED) wrote:
> i am looping and creating plots which are coming to the screen. i am in
> linux and remember ( in a previopus life ) i used to use a command so
> that the next graph n + 1 didn't appear on the screen until
> i hit the return key after graph n appeared. i thought i remeber using
> the command unix but when i type unix at the r prompt, it gices me
> system. it's probably a deprecated
> command then but i still don't remember what i did to make the next
> graph not appear until i hit the return key. or maybe it was any key for
> that matter. thanks a lot.
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