I have the following code. The values of displ in stage1 and stage2 are plotted in displ vs time graph. Thus a single curve is obtained.

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displ=zeros(100,2)
tim=zeros(100,1)
for i=2:100
v=5;
dt=1*10^-4;
function [displ_f]=stage1(displ_i)
dt=1*10^-4;
v=5;
displ_f=displ_i+v*dt;
endfunction
function [displ_f]=stage2(displ_i)
dt=1*10^-4;
v=5;
displ_f=displ_i+v*dt;
endfunction
if (displ(i-1,1)<0.020 && displ(i-1,2)>=0)
disp("IN stage 1");
[displ(i,1)]=stage1(displ(i-1,1));
displ(i,2)=v;
tim(i,1)=tim(i-1)+dt;
elseif (displ(i-1,1)>=0.020 && displ(i-1,1)<=0.0256 && displ(i-1,2)>=0)
disp("IN stage 2");
[displ(i,1)]=stage2(displ(i-1,1));
displ(i,2)=displ(i-1,2);
tim(i,1)=tim(i-1)+dt;
end
end
disp(" displ vs tim")
plot(tim(:,1),displ(:,1));
How will I get stage1 curve in orange color and stage2 curve in blue color in the same plot to know which stage has which displ values?

nanren888 on 7 Jan 2019
>>help endfunction
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Is it perhaps not Matlab?
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There's an old Irish proberb that is about asking an Irish guy how to get to a destination. He simply answers that he wouldn't start from here.
yeah, it is octave. Still, you can help. Matlab and octave both are similar. I didn't get any help from octave forum, so I posted it here. Kindly help.
Walter Roberson on 8 Jan 2019
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nanren888 on 7 Jan 2019
Edited: madhan ravi on 8 Jan 2019
Is this the sort of thing you are looking for?
displ=zeros(100,2)
tim=zeros(100,1)
for i=2:100
v=5;
dt=1*10^-4;
if (displ(i-1,1)<0.020 && displ(i-1,2)>=0)
disp("IN stage 1");
[displ(i,1)]=stage1(displ(i-1,1));
displ(i,2)=v;
tim(i,1)=tim(i-1)+dt;
elseif (displ(i-1,1)>=0.020 && displ(i-1,1)<=0.0256 && displ(i-1,2)>=0)
disp("IN stage 2");
[displ(i,1)]=stage2(displ(i-1,1));
displ(i,2)=displ(i-1,2);
tim(i,1)=tim(i-1)+dt;
end
disp(" displ vs tim")
end
function [displ_f]=stage1(displ_i)
dt=1*10^-4;
v=5;
displ_f=displ_i+v*dt;
end
function [displ_f]=stage2(displ_i)
dt=1*10^-4;
v=5;
displ_f=displ_i+v*dt;
end
Generally, if you know something about the structure of the problem, for example, that it has two distinct stages, maybe your code could represent that.
Sorry, I had to rearrange your code to get it sort of Matlab compliant. (Leaves it a bit of a mess, sorry)
Might want to consider rearranging it to be more in line with normal style guides?
Did I guess correctly what your "stages" were?

Yeah, your guess was right. I want this type of plot you mentioned. But your answer gives me error as follows. I use octave, sorry for inconvenience.
"error: set: unknown line property Ob"
Walter Roberson on 8 Jan 2019
replace the 'Ob' with 'ob' and the 'Or' with 'or'