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`garrow(` arrow`)` |

See Also | contour , mesh and surface |

Plots a sequence of arrows in the current viewport , where

*x*

coordinate of the starting point of the arrow,
the second element specifies the *y*

coordinate of the starting point,
the third element specifies the angle of the arrow in radians,
and the fourth element specifies the length of the arrow.
Both the angle and length are in `(`*x*,*y*)

coordinates;
that is, an angle of *pi*/4

and a length of
`sqrt(2)`

correspond to an *x*

difference of 1
and a *y*

difference of 1.
The angle on the screen depends on the window size and graphing limits.

Each arrow is plotted using as a separate call to gplot
,
and thus the colors progress through the color sequence which
can be modified using the gcolor
function.
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```

x = {1., 2.}

y = {1., 2.}

angle = {pi/6., pi/3}

length = {.2, .2}

arrow = [x, y, angle, length]

garrow(arrow)

returns the following plot