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"Prasad M. Rao" <> wrote in message <i86bbc$sqi$>...
> Hey Mark your code worked great, but just one tiny problem, however I try, there are 3 separate plots on 3 graphs rather than 3 plots on the same graph.
> I don't know why the hold function ain't working.
> Please advise.
> Hey Ross, thanks for all the help, your code gave this error 
> ??? Error using ==> and
> Too many input arguments.

As I said, POST YOUR CODE....

I get paid $80 per hour and at this point without your code I could care less.