RE: Java - Variable with multiple instantiations

From: josh singer <>
Date: Thu 13 Dec 2001 10:22:23 AM GMT
Message-ID: <0B9686DD2E83D411B67200508B9A9DA255F78C@LON-SRV2>
Hi Olivier

The interface returns null in this case because X is a variable. The set
{1,2} is its domain. If you want to return the domain to java, you should
retrieve it using a built in, e.g. dom/2 if it is an fd variable. 

Hope this helps


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-----Original Message-----
From: Olivier Thirifay []
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2001 8:52 AM
Subject: [eclipse-users] Java - Variable with multiple instantiations


Is it possible to return to Java all the possibles results for a variable.

for example :
X::0..2, X#>0.

ECLiPSe returns X{1,2}
Now, with java it returns : "null", but i would like to have in java the 
same result that ECLiPSe.

PS : I sent a question about #\/ and ; (2001-12-11 Tue).
Thanks to reply to it too.


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