# batman

Below is a demonstration of the features of the `batman` function

## Contents

## Syntax

`[x,y]=batman(n);` `[V]=batman(n);`

## Description

The `batman` function implements a particular version of the so called batmat-equation, a curve defining the batman logo. The input for this function is the number of desired points n. The user may request a sigle nx2 output array or two nx1 arrays (x and y coordinates).

## Examples

```
clear; close all; clc;
```

## Example 1:

```
n=250; %Number of points on curve
[x,y]=batman(n);
```

cFigure; hold on; xlabel('x'); ylabel('y'); plot([x;x(1)],[y;y(1)],'k.-','LineWidth',3,'MarkerSize',25); axis tight; set(gca,'FontSize',25); grid on; box on; drawnow;

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