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====== How do I define a static set from 1 to N+1, where N is some integer provided by the user at the beginning? ====== | ====== How do I define a static set from 1 to N+1, where N is some integer provided by the user at the beginning? ====== | ||

- | You will have to use the ''eval'' feature, which has been added to GAMS in distribution 147. You can read about it in our release notes http://www.gams.com/docs/release/release.htm. I also include an example to compute N+1 from N: | + | You will have to use the ''eval'' feature, which has been added to GAMS in distribution 147. You can read about it in our [[http://www.gams.com/help/topic/gams.doc/releasenotes/index.html|release notes]]. I also include an example to compute N+1 from N: |

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