Looping Execution Array

  • 18 October 2022
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I'm trying to do some sensitivity runs where I scale a parameter each run and resolve.

The problem is I can't seem to very simply make an array to loop over to scale the parameter.


Basically this:

FOR x in [50, 75, 100] DO

   y = x * z;

   solve LP;



Just creating the array and looping through it is giving me trouble. I don't know the best way - import the array as a parameter? Then it gets mad it doesn't have an index? But it doesn't even really have an index. Then x has to be a declared parameter as well?

Is there an easy way to do this or maybe it's because AIMMS isn't made for scripts? I can't seem to find a syntax guide that talks about declaring an array parameter.

Thanks for helping a noob!


Best answer by Chris Kuip 18 October 2022, 17:43

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You are almost there: just replace [ ] with { } in your code.


I created small example:

Here x is declared as an index with range Integers, and y and z are two parameters.

This gives the following listing file:

For your convenience, I've attached the AIMMS 4.88 project.

With kind regards,



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Thanks Chris! That did it.


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