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optimbase_hasbounds

Checks if the bounds are specified.

Calling Sequence

[opt, hasbounds] = optimbase_hasbounds(opt)

Argument

opt

The object of TOPTIM type (tlist).

hasbounds

A boolean.

Description

The optimbase_hasbounds function returns %t if current problem has bounds.

Example

opt = optimbase_new();

// Set number of variables
opt = optimbase_configure ( opt, "-numberofvariables", 2);

// Set minimal and maximal bounds
opt = optimbase_configure(opt, "-boundsmin",[-5 -5]');
opt = optimbase_configure(opt, "-boundsmax",[5 5]');

// Check if the bounds are specified
[opt, hasbounds] = optimbase_hasbounds (opt);
disp(hasbounds)

opt = optimbase_destroy(opt);

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