XPLOT displays selected frames of a graphics file on your terminal. It reads from the file named on the command line or, if none, from the file identified by logical name PLOT. For example:
$ XPLOT CUPLOT.PLT or $ DEFINE PLOT CUPLOT.PLT $ XPLOTAfter each frame, type <RETURN> to go to the next frame, S to be prompted for the number of frames to skip forward, B to skip backward, T to go to a specific frame number, or X to exit. For more information, do $ HELP SG XPLOT.
XPLOT can convert files from Tektronix 4014 mode to 4105 and vice versa. It determines the mode of the file from its extension. XPLOT's output mode is determined by the current setting of the logical TERMINAL_4105. XPLOT is maintained by Marilee Thompson.