sets attributes for a graphics segment
- CALL GSET( attribute<, value>);
The inputs to the GSET subroutine are as follows:
The GSET subroutine enables you to change the
following attributes for the current graphics segment:
- is a graphics attribute.
The attribute argument can be
a character matrix or quoted literal.
- is the value to which the attribute is set.
The value argument is specified
as a matrix or quoted literal.
To reset the IML default value for any one
of the attributes, omit the second argument.
Attributes are reset back to the default with
a call to the GOPEN or GSTART subroutines.
Single or double quotes can be used around this argument.
For more information on the attributes, see
Chapter 12, "Graphics Examples."
- a numeric matrix or literal that specifies
the aspect ratio (width relative to height) for characters.
- a valid SAS color.
The color argument can be specified as a quoted text string
(such as 'RED'), the name of a character matrix containing
a valid color as an element, or a color number (such as 1).
A color number n refers to the nth color in the colorlist.
- a character matrix or quoted literal
that specifies a valid font name.
- a numeric matrix or literal that specifies the character height.
- a character matrix or quoted literal that specifies the
pattern to use to fill the interior of a closed curve.
- a numeric matrix or literal that
specifies an index corresponding to a valid line style.
- an integer specifying line thickness.
Examples of valid statements follow:
For example, the statement
resets color to its default.
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