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Common Arguments

Most common arguments in the Gurobi R interface are R list variables, each containing multiple named components. Several of these named components are optional. Note that you refer to a named component of a list variable by adding a dollar sign to the end of the variable name, followed by the name of the named component. For example, model$A refers to named component A of variable model.


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