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How to plot in C++?

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I was trying to plot using following lines in C++.

#include "koolplot.h"
int main()
{
   plotdata x(-6.0, 6.0);    
   plotdata y = sin(x) + x/5;
   plot(x, y);
   return 0;
}

When I was trying to run the program then I got the following message

g++ -o plot plot.cpp
plot.cpp:1:10: fatal error: koolplot.h: No such file or directory
1 | #include "koolplot.h"
| ^~~~~~~~~~~~
compilation terminated.

I think I got the error cause koolplot.h isn't available in my system. How to install that? Or should I use something else to plot? I got the source code here.

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You have to add the directory containing the koolplot.h file to the respective setting of the compiler or IDE you are using... (3 comments)

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