From: Benjamin Roe <ben_at_benroe.com>
Date: Fri 08 Nov 2002 01:48:21 PM GMT
Message-ID: <3DCBC0A5.5030606@benroe.com>
I would like to be able to refer to more than one eplex instance at a 
time. From the manual, I think I should be doing something like this to 
produce a separate eplex instance:


test :-
        mip:(A +B $= 4 ),
        mip:(B $= 3),

This compiles fine, but on running produces the error:

'calling an undefined procedure mip : (A + B $= 4) in module eclipse'

But replacing mip with eplex in the above example gives the correct 
answer A=1.0. This is using version 5.5 on Win2000 and Solaris 7/8. Am I 
doing something wrong, or is this a bug?

Benjamin Roe,
CPSE, Imperial College
Received on Fri Nov 08 14:22:30 2002

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