Macro Command Reference
circle <tag> <COOR> <x> <y> <w> <h> [linewidth] [dash] [c] [c] [c]
circle <tag> <COOR> <x> <y> <w> <h> [linewidth] [dash] [COLOR]
tagargument should be an integer value which can be used later to address a graphic or text object. Interactively created text or graphic objects always have the tag 0.
<COOR>: The coordinate system to which the circle belongs.
<y>: The position of the circle in the defined coordinate system.
<h>: The size of the circle of the defined coordinate system.
[linewidth]: The circles line width.
[dash]: The dash pattern for the circle (0-15).
[c] [c] [c]: The color of the circle. Dependent on the color mode the three values are RGB or HSB values from 0.0 to 1.0. The color mode can be set with the command
colormode(0=RGB, 1=HSB). Alternative you can specify the color as hexadecimal string.
The coordinates system:
|first axis (left and bottom)|
|second axis (right and top)|
This can be a hexadecimal color definition in the format RGB, ARGB, RRGGBB or AARRGGBB where R is red, G is green, B is blue and A is alpha.
There are also named colors which can be used: black, white, red, green, blue, orange, yellow, magenta, cyan, aluminum, aqua, asparagus, banana, blueberry, bubblegum, cantaloupe, carnation, cayenne, clover, eggplant, fern, flora, grape, honeydew, ice, iron, lavender, lead, lemon, licorice, lime, magnesium, maraschino, maroon, mercury, midnight, mocha, moss, nickel, ocean, orchid, plum, salmon, seafoam, silver, sky, snow, spindrift, spring, steel, strawberry, tangerine, teal, tin, tungsten, turquoise
The Plot default colors can be addressed with the numbers 0-15