Rectangle - graphics objects, MATLAB in Statistics

Rectangle - graphics objects:

The other core graphics object is the rectangle that can have curvature added to it (!!). Merely calling the function rectangle without any arguments brings up a Figure Window (as shown in figure) that at first glance doesn't seem to have anything in it:

>> recthand = rectangle; 

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By using the get function will show the properties, a few of which are explained here:

>> get(recthand)

     Curvature = [0 0]

     FaceColor = none

     EdgeColor = [0 0 0]

     LineStyle = -

     LineWidth = [0.5]

    Position = [0 0 1 1]

    Type = rectangle

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