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Make CP cumulFunction and expressions accept float instead of int
cumulFunction and expressions currently only allow the resource usage to be int which is not useful for all resource types. Whilst a workaround of multiplying the int by a large number to approximate the float is possible there are limitations and...
We are looking at CPLEX on zOS.Today, only compiling a C++ program can be used to drive CPLEX on the z platform. It would be much easier to be able to inject OPL directly in (concert, part of ) CPLEX for z/OS.
OPL Script function to see which variables exist in model
Using OPL script, is it possible to know whether a given variable name exists in model ? For instance, something like model.contains("x") that would return true if x is a variable in model. If yes, is there any way of knowing the type and the indi...
OPL function to assign a initial value or fix te value to a variable
The only way to do a warm start is by using OPL script.it should be possible in the variable declaration to give a start value. the same way if you want to fix a variable to a value you need to 2 lines of code to fix the upper and lower bounds... ...
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