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### IEOR3608Fall06-lingo-tutorial

Course: IE 3608, Fall 2002
School: Columbia
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8.0 LINGO TUTORIAL Created by: Kris Thornburg Anne Hummel Table of Contents Introduction to LINGO 8.0..2 Creating a LINGO Model3 Solving a LINGO Model.4 Using Sets in LINGO..6 The LINGO Data Section8 Variable Types in LINGO.10 Navigating the LINGO Interface...11 LINGO Operators and Functions...14 Common LINGO Error Messages.16 LINGO Programming Examples...17 Introduction to LINGO 8.0 LINGO is a software tool...

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