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How can i setting the limit values of a variable?

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Hello everyone. It could be useful setting the minimum and max values of a variable, or at least (less useful but appreciated) a "limited/already zoomed plot". For example, i have x=-12:1:15 and y=something(x), but i search only 2<=y<=7 and plot it with x. How can i do?
In the real example i wolud like 0<=xa<=1, or directly on the script or undirectly on the plot. Thank you.
(i have an old pc, actually running matlab 2014, i can't select it on the options of the question)
T=280:1:600;
k=10^(-3).*exp(-10^4.*(1./T-1/298));
xa=((800*3)/(400*10^3)).*(T-298);
V=(0.06./k).*(xa./(1-xa));
figure
plot(xa,V)

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Moe_2015
Moe_2015 on 7 Jul 2022
If you want the plot to show only a certain range of x then you can use xlim command
xlim([0 1])

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