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# Archived:Using graphs in PySymbian

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This PySymbian code snippet shows how can to plot graphs for user given inputs.

Tested with
Devices(s): Nokia N96
Compatibility
Platform(s): S60 2nd Edition, S60 3rd Edition
Article
Keywords: graphics
Created: ck.umraliya (19 Jul 2008)
Last edited: hamishwillee (31 May 2013)

## Code

`# import modulesimport e32, appuifw,graphics # Define quit functiondef quit():    app_lock.signal()                        def draw():     # Get number of graphs    t = appuifw.query(u"Enter Number Of Graphs: (Max 9)","number")     #title of the application    appuifw.app.title = u"Graphs"     # Get range    rrng = appuifw.query(u"Maximum Range Of Graph:","number")     # Graph colors    colors = [0x0000ff,0x00ff00,0xff0000,0xffff00,0xc0c0c0,0x808040,0xff00ff,0xf0cb75,0xbe6a0e]     # Get graph prameters    y = []    n = []    for j in range(t):        (n1,y1) = appuifw.multi_query(u"Title Of Graph %d:"%(j+1),u"Height Of Graph %d:"%(j+1))        n.append(n1)        y11 = int(y1)        y.append(y11)     # Define canvas    canvas=appuifw.Canvas()    appuifw.app.body=canvas    xx,yy = canvas.size     # Scaling Graphs according to screen size    arrg = float(yy-50)    mf = arrg/rrng     # Draw x,y axis    canvas.line((20,yy-20,xx-32,yy-20), 0)    canvas.line((xx-33,10,xx-33,yy-20),0)     # Put indicator points    canvas.text((xx-34,30+(yy-40)*0.75),u"_%d"%(rrng*0.25))    canvas.text((xx-34,30+(yy-40)*0.5),u"_%d"%(rrng/2))    canvas.text((xx-34,30+(yy-40)*0.25),u"_%d"%(rrng*0.75))    canvas.text((xx-34,30),u"_%d"%(rrng))     # Draw graphs    h = 30    for i in range(t):        w=(xx-57)/t - 10        s = yy-20-mf*y[i]        canvas.rectangle((h,s,h+w,yy-20), outline=0x000000, fill=colors[i])        x11 = str(y[i])        canvas.text((h,(s-5)),u" %s"%(x11), fill=colors[i])        canvas.text((h,yy), u"%s"%(n[i]), fill=0x4b2192)        h=h+w+10draw() #the code will allow the user to exit the application when he presses the exit keyappuifw.app.exit_key_handler=quit  app_lock=e32.Ao_lock()app_lock.wait()`

## Postconditions

Once the graph is drawn a screenshot function can be used to save the image if user wants. Following images are the outcome of above code.

 Number of Graphs Maximum Range
 Graph Parameters Plotted Graphs