File:Graph paper mm green A4.svg
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|DescriptionGraph paper mm green A4.svg||
English: Empty green graph paper with cm/0.5cm/mm grids (paper size = A4)
; Created in LibreOffice 4 with this LibreLogo program. ; Usage: Put this code into an English language document in LibO Writer, ; and click on the Start icon of the View»Toolbars»Logo toolbar. ; Modify these values, if needed: color = “light green” margin = 0.7cm ; min. margin width line1 =1cm ; main grid line2 = 0.5cm ; medium grid, set to line1 to remove these lines line3 = 1mm ; small grid, set to line1 to remove these lines line1width = 1mm/10 line2width = 1mm/15 line3width = 1mm/30 TO lines width dist GLOBAL margin, line1 l = [INT ((PAGESIZE – margin * 2) / line1), INT ((PAGESIZE – margin * 2) / line1)] leftmargin = (PAGESIZE-l*line1) / 2 topmargin = (PAGESIZE-l*line1) / 2 REPEAT 1 + PAGESIZE[width]/dist [ IF (REPCOUNT – 1) * dist > (l[width] * line1) [ BREAK ] PENUP POSITION [leftmargin + (REPCOUNT-1) * dist * (1-width), (PAGESIZE – topmargin) * (1-width) + ((REPCOUNT - 1) * dist + topmargin) * width] PENDOWN HEADING 90*width PENDOWN FORWARD l[1-width] * line1 ] END HOME CLEARSCREEN HIDETURTLE ; PICTURE “graph_paper_cm_green_A4” [ ; from LibreOffice 4.1.1 PICTURE [ PENCOLOR “INVISIBLE” FILLCOLOR “WHITE” RECTANGLE PAGESIZE PENCOLOR color PENSIZE line1width lines 0 line1 lines 1 line1 PENSIZE line2width lines 0 line2 lines 1 line2 PENSIZE line3width lines 0 line3 lines 1 line3 ]
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