### The Maxima on-line user's manual

Algebra Calculator

#### Color

-- Plot option: color [color, <color_1>, ..., <color_n>] In plot2d and implicit_plot, it defines the color (or colors) for the various curves. In plot3d, it defines the colors used for the mesh lines of the surfaces, when no palette is being used; one side of the surface will have color <color_1> and the other <color_2> (or the same color if there is only one color).

If there are more curves or surfaces than colors, the colors will be repeated in sequence. When using gnuplot, the colors could be: blue, red, green, magenta, black, cyan or black; in xmaxima the colors can be those or a string starting with the character # and followed by six hexadecimal digits: two for the red component, two for green component and two for the blue component. If given the name of an unknown color, black will be used instead.

Default value: blue, red, green, magenta, black, cyan

There are also some inexact matches for `color`. Try `?? color` to see them.

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### Related Examples

? ??color;

Calculate

##### color-globalsolve-linsolve

refl(v,a) := v - 2*a*...

s1 : [1,-1,0,0,0];

s2 : [0,1,0,0,0];

Calculate

##### color-globalsolve-linsolve

/* [wxMaxima: input ...

s1 : [1,0,0,0];

s2 : [0,1,-1,0];

Calculate

##### color-globalsolve-linsolve

refl(v,a) := v - 2*a*...

s1 : [1,0,0,0];

s2 : [0,1,-1,0];

Calculate

##### color-globalsolve-linsolve

refl(v,a) := v - 2*a*...

s1 : [1,-1,0,0,0];

s2 : [0,1,0,0,0];

Calculate

##### color-globalsolve-linsolve

/* [wxMaxima batch fi...

s1 : [1,0,0,0];

s2 : [0,1,-1,0];

Calculate

##### color-globalsolve-linsolve

refl(v,a) := v - 2*a*...

s1 : [1,-1,0,0,0];

s2 : [0,1,0,0,0];

Calculate

##### color-globalsolve-linsolve

refl(v,a) := v - 2*a*...

s1 : [1,-1,0,0,0];

s2 : [0,1,0,0,0];

Calculate

##### color-globalsolve-linsolve

/* [wxMaxima batch fi...

s1 : [1,0,0,0];

s2 : [0,1,-1,0];

Calculate

##### color-globalsolve-linsolve

refl(v,a) := v - 2*a*...

s1 : [1,-1,0,0,0];

s2 : [0,1,0,0,0];

Calculate