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DStart

Type: double
Modifiable: Yes

The current simplex start vector. If you set DStart values for every linear constraint in the model and PStart values for every variable, then simplex will use those values to compute a warm start basis. If you'd like to retract a previously specified start, set any DStart value to GRB_UNDEFINED.

Note that any model modifications made after setting DStart (adding variables or constraints, changing coefficients, etc.) will discard the start. You should only set this attribute after you are done modifying your model.

Note also that you'll get much better performance if you warm start your linear program from a simplex basis (using VBasis and CBasis). The DStart attribute should only be used in situations where you don't have a basis.

If you'd like to provide a feasible starting solution for a MIP model, you should input it using the Start attribute.

Only affects LP models; it will be ignored for QP, QCP, or MIP models.

For examples of how to query or modify attributes, refer to our Attribute Examples.

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