Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

`addConstraint`

creates a new constraint (<, >, <=,
>=, ==) and adds it to a linear program (LP) or mixed
integer program (MIP) represented by an object of class
`lpmodeler`

.

1 | ```
addConstraint(p, sense, rhs, coefs = NULL, name = NULL)
``` |

`p` |
an object of class |

`sense` |
sense of the constraint ( |

`rhs` |
right hand side of the constraint |

`coefs` |
optional coefficients of the variables in the left hand side of the constraint |

`name` |
an optional string to name the new constraint |

TODO

An object of class `lpmodeler`

.

Cyrille Szymanski <cnszym at gmail.com>

TODO

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 | ```
p <- newProblem()
# add variables x and y
p <- addVariable(p, "C", 5, "x")
p <- addVariable(p, "C", 4, "y")
# add the constraint: x + 2y >= 5
p <- addConstraint(p, ">=", 5, c(1, 2), name = "x+2y greater or equal than 5")
# add the empty constraint: <= 10
p <- addConstraint(p, "<=", 10, name = "less or equal than 10")
``` |

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