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I've a got a little problem here. I was trying to parametrically plot the hyperbola x=sec(t) y=tan(t) and mathematica always plots the asymptotes as well. Is there a way to hide these kind of asymptotes I know how to use the exclusions option to hide horizontal or maybe even vertical asymptotes but what about these ?

thanx for help

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# Mathematica plot without asymptotes

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