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Basic embedding tasks

  • ugcomp.c: Compiling a model into a BIM file (requires burglar2.mos, burglar.dat)
  • ugcomptmp.c: Compiling a model into a BIM file saved in Mosel's temporary directory (requires burglar2.mos, burglar.dat)
  • ugexec.c: Execute (compile/load/run) a model (requires burglar2.mos, burglar.dat)
  • ugrun.c: Executing a BIM file (requires burglar2.bim, burglar.dat)
  • ugdefstream.c: Redirecting the model output (requires burglar2.mos, burglar.dat)
  • ugarray1.c, ugarray2.c: Accessing modeling objects: sparse arrays (requires transport.mos, transprt.dat)
  • ugcb.c: Retrieve model output via a callback (requires burglar2.mos, burglar.dat)
  • ugparam1.c, ugparam2.c: Passing parameters to a Mosel model (requires prime2.mos)
  • ugsol1.c, ugsol2.c: Accessing modeling objects and solution information (requires burglar3.mos, burglar.dat)

Source Files

Data Files


   Mosel User Guide Example Problems

   file ugparam1.c
   Passing parameters to a Mosel program.
   Running the BIM file.
   (c) 2008 Fair Isaac Corporation
       author: S. Heipcke, 2001

#include <stdio.h>
#include "xprm_rt.h"

int main()
 XPRMmodel mod;
 XPRMalltypes rvalue, setitem;
 XPRMset set;
 int result, type, i, size, first, last;
 int LIM=500;
 char params[128];

 if(XPRMinit())                         /* Initialize Mosel */
  return 1;

 sprintf(params, "LIMIT=%d", LIM);

 if((mod=XPRMloadmod("prime2.bim", NULL))==NULL)
  return 2;                             /* Load a BIM file */
 if(XPRMrunmod(mod, &result, params))   /* Run the model */
  return 3;

 type=XPRMfindident(mod,"SPrime",&rvalue);   /* Get the object 'SPrime' */
 if((XPRM_TYP(type)!=XPRM_TYP_INT)||    /* Check the type: */
    (XPRM_STR(type)!=XPRM_STR_SET))     /* it must be a set of integers */
  return 4;
 set = rvalue.set;

 size = XPRMgetsetsize(set);            /* Get the size of the set */
  first = XPRMgetfirstsetndx(set);      /* Get the number of the first index */
  last = XPRMgetlastsetndx(set);        /* Get the number of the last index */
  printf("Prime numbers from 2 to %d:\n", LIM);
  for(i=first;i<=last;i++)              /* Print all set elements */
   printf(" %d,", XPRMgetelsetval(set,i,&setitem)->integer);

 return 0;

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