1` „°L@) G ROB @ GROB . You will now have in level 1 the GROB
As a graphic object this equation can now be placed in the graphics display.
To recover the graphics display press š. Then, move the cursor to an empty
sector in the graph, and press @) E DIT LL@REPL. The equation 'X^2-5' is
placed in the graph, for example:
Thus, GROBs can be used to document graphics by placing equations, or text,
in the graphics display.
The GROB menu
The GROB menu, accessible through „°L@) G ROB @ GROB, contains the
following functions. Press L to move to the next menu:
Of these functions we have already used SUB, REPL, (from the graphics EDIT
menu), ANIMATE [ANIMA], and
GROB. ([ PRG ] is simply a way to return
to the programming menu.) While using
GROB in the two previous examples
you may have noticed that I used a 3 while converting the graph into a GROB,
while I used a 1 when I converted the equation into a GROB. This parameter of
GROB indicates the size of the object that is being converted into
a GROB as 0 or 1 – for a small object, 2 – medium, and 3 – large. The other
functions in the GROB menu are described following.