You need to use text function codes. First you need to determine
whether you have reset the function code character. By default, it
is a colon (:) but generally it has been recommended to set it
to tilde (~) in your .hluresfile. Supposing you have done this,
there are a several ways to get what you want, but here is a simple way:
1) res@gsnLeftString = "P~B2~21 - P~B2~17"
The 'B2' means subscript the following 2 characters.
It is possible to do much more complicated combinations of subscripting
On Jan 24, 2005, at 9:28 AM, Benjamin Lamptey wrote:
> I should be grateful if someone can tell me how to write subscripts
> (Word Processing, not NCL terminology) in my title to a plot I have
> For example,
> res@gsnLeftString = "P21 - P17"
> but I want the 21 and 17 as subscripts.
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