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(Dieter Weidenbruck, CGM Open)Lofton Henderson, CGM OpenChris Lilley, W3C
<svg width="400" height="400">
<g style="fill:none; stroke:green">
<line x1="100" y1="300" x2="300" y2="100"
CGM (text encoded):
BEGMF 'sample.cgm ';
BEGPIC 'Picture 1';
VDCEXT 0,400 400,0;
LINECOLR 5;LINEWIDTH 0.5;LINETYPE 1;
LINE 100,300 300,100;