You can also selectively reset internal settings based on a keyword (see Syntax 2). You can also specifiy names that will not be reset for the DATA, VARIABLES, PARAMETERS, FUNCTIONS, and MATRICES options (see Syntax 3).
where <keyword is one of the following:
ALL - reset all internal settings
CONTROL - reset the plot control settings
DATA - reset the data settings
SUPPORT - resets the support settings
GRAPHICS - resets the graphics settings
I/O - resets the I/O settings
CLSB - resets the CLSB (CHARACTER, LINE, SPIKE, BAR) settings
LIMITS - resets the LIMITS settings
VARIABLES - reset variable settings
PARAMETERS - reset parameter settings
FUNCTIONS - reset function settings
MATRICES - reset matrix settings.
where <name> identifies a single name;
and where ON specifies the name will be added to the list and OFF specifies the name will be removed from the list.
Dataplot maintains a list of 1 to 30 names that will not be reset by the RESET DATA, RESET VARIABLES, RESET PARAMETERS, RESET FUNCTIONS, and RESET MATRICES commands. You can use this syntax to add or remove names from the list. The ON switch is optional for adding a name. However, the OFF switch is required to delete a name from the list.
This syntax can be used to clear the argument list for macros. Enter HELP MACRO SUBSTITUTION CHARACTER for details.
RESET NO RESET Y
1993/09: Added RESET LIMITS and RESET CLSB
2015/12: For Windows, do not reset the QuickWin device
2016/09: Added RESET NO RESET option
2016/09: Added RESET COMMAND LINE ARGUMENTS
SKIP 25 READ BERGER1.DAT Y X BATCH FIT Y X RESET VARIABLES READ LEW.DAT Y 4-PLOT Y