Get some points on .txt

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Hello,

I just created a graph with points and i want to use these points with another program. To do this I need a .txt file containing all the coordinates. Do you know how to do to get all coordinates in one file? I am using Geogebra classic version I guess.

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Create a selection rectangle enclosing all the points, then select the List tool to create the list containing these points.

Select the list in Algebra View, and press the F4 key of your keyboard to get the list in the input bar,

Select the content of the Input Bar and the shortcut Ctrl+C copies the list in the Clipboard of your computer.

Open your destination software, and use the shortcut Ctrl+V to paste the content of your Clipboard in it.

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graph has a wide meaning...

- having a function term f(x) make a list with sequence((k,f(k)),k,start,end) in CAS

- having single points write this in a list {a,b,..} in CAS

and copy the output

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Create a selection rectangle enclosing all the points, then select the List tool to create the list containing these points.

Select the list in Algebra View, and press the F4 key of your keyboard to get the list in the input bar,

Select the content of the Input Bar and the shortcut Ctrl+C copies the list in the Clipboard of your computer.

Open your destination software, and use the shortcut Ctrl+V to paste the content of your Clipboard in it.

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If you are using Classic v.6 you can also get the contents of the list by selecting the three dots icon at the end of the Input row containing the list, then select Duplicate output in the displayed context manu.

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Put this command in a button


ggbApplet.copyTextToClipboard(ggbApplet.getValueString("l1"))


eg https://www.geogebra.org/m/fbpq5mke

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Ok thank you very much it works!

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