plotplots() enables plotting some curves or replotting some existing axes on
some chosen intervals along the X or Y axis. Consecutive visible intervals are
drawn without loosing space in-between.
The chosen intervals along the discontinous axis may have distinct scales,
distinct linear or logarithmic modes, distinct direct or reversed modes.
Overlapping or even repeated intervals are accepted.
6 examples are illustrated in the help page.
The order of some input and output arguments have changed.
Please have a look at the CHANGES section here-below.
Online HELP pages
* en_US: https://atoms.scilab.org/toolboxes/plotplots/2.0/files/plotplots_en_US.pdf
* fr_FR: https://atoms.scilab.org/toolboxes/plotplots/2.0/files/plotplots_fr_FR.pdf
CHANGES plotplots 1.0 => 2.0
* It is now possible to provide an existing axes to replot it
in a piecewise way. There is no limitation in the axes content.
Hence, an Axes including patches, geometrical objects, etc
can be processed as for only curves with plotplots-1.0.
* Errors messages are now translated for French, German, Japanese,
Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.
* The order of input arguments 'x'|'y' and intervals is inverted:
plotplots(..., "x", intervals, ..) must now be used instead of
plotplots(..., intervals, "x",..)
* The order of output arguments hcurves and Axes is inverted:
[Axes, hcurves] = plotplots(..) must now be used, instead of
[hcurves, Axes] = plotplots(..)
* When y was a row, an error occurred.
* The options pair "widths","-isoscaled" did not work.