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X-axis interval

Is there a way of programmatically set the interval value at which labels are drawn on the X-axis? Here''s what I want to do: I must draw an area chart plotting some numeric value for each letter of a word: e.g. for "sample" I''ll add a point for "s", another for "a", "m", "p" etc. Thus the points have 1 meaningful value only, the Y value, while the X value is just the index of the character in the string (0 for "s", 1 for "a", etc.). I''d like the X-axis show each character as the label for the corresponding point: "s" for the value of "s", "a" for the value of "a", and so forth. In the attached sample I have tried to draw such a chart, but I cannot manage to have the value labels ("s", "a", "m", etc) drawn in synch with the Y values. Could you please give a hint or modify the sample to works as desired? (see comments in code). Thank you in advance! Chart1_564.zip

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DJ Davis Jebaraj Syncfusion Team April 29, 2005 10:57 AM

Hi, Please try setting the Indexed property of the ChartControl to be true. _chart.Indexed = true; The Indexed property tells the Chart to ignore the values along the X axis and only treat them as indexed labels. Regards, Davis

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