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# ExclusionsStyle

 ExclusionsStyle is an option to plotting functions that specifies how to render subregions excluded according to Exclusions.
• The following settings can be given:
 s use style s for the interiors of excluded subregions {s,sb} use style sb for the boundaries of excluded subregions None leave excluded subregions blank Automatic draw excluded subregions the same as outside
• The styles s and sb can use color, thickness, point size and other graphics directives. Composite directives can be given using Directive.
• For single-parameter plotting functions such as Plot, ExclusionsStyle->s specifies that style s should be used to render lines joining opposite sides of each excluded point. ExclusionsStyle->{s, sb} uses style sb for the endpoint of the curves on either side of an excluded point.
• For two-parameter plotting functions such as Plot3D, ExclusionsStyle->s uses style s to render the ruled surface that joins opposite sides of each excluded curve. ExclusionsStyle->{s, sb} uses style sb for the boundary curves of the surfaces on either side of an excluded curve.
• For DensityPlot, ExclusionsStyle->s is taken to be equivalent to ExclusionsStyle->{s, s}.
Use red to show excluded portions of the surface:
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Use transparency to show excluded portions of the surface:
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Use red around the edges of the excluded portions of the surface:
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Use red lines to connect portions of the curve and blue points where there are jumps:
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Use black to indicate discontinuities in the density:
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