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Prasad M. Rao wrote:
> @ Mark: Here's the code, it's just your code.
> IX1 = find (LS > 0 & LS < 1.0) X1 = SM(IX1);
> Y1 = FB(IX1);
> figure(1)
> figure(2)
> plot(X2, Y2,'-b')
> hold on
> figure(3)
> plot(X3, Y3,'-g')
> hold off
> Hoping for a reply.
> Thanks.

Well, you could have done last time and at least one would think you 
could spell Marc's name correctly.

If you're going to specify a unique figure number before each plot(), of 
course you're going to get a new figure...don't do that.