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Gurobi quadratic constraint object. Quadratic constraints are always associated with a particular model. You create a quadratic constraint object by adding a quadratic constraint to a model (using GRBModel.AddQConstr), rather than by using a GRBQConstr constructor.

The methods on quadratic constraint objects are used to get and set quadratic constraint attributes. For example, quadratic constraint right-hand sides can be queried by calling Get(GRB.DoubleAttr.QCRHS). Note, however, that it is generally more efficient to query attributes for a set of constraints at once. This is done using the attribute query method on the GRBModel object (GRBModel.Get).


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