Function GMP::Solution::GetRowValue(GMP, solution, row, valueType)

# GMP::Solution::GetRowValue¶

The function GMP::Solution::GetRowValue returns the level value or shadow price of a row in a solution in the solution repository of a generated mathematical program.

GMP::Solution::GetRowValue(
GMP,            ! (input) a generated mathematical program
solution,       ! (input) a solution
row,            ! (input) a scalar reference or row number
[valueType]     ! (input/optional) a scalar value
)


## Arguments¶

GMP

An element in AllGeneratedMathematicalPrograms.

solution

An integer scalar reference to a solution.

row

A scalar reference to an existing row in the matrix or an element in the set Integers in the range $$\{ 0 .. m-1 \}$$ where $$m$$ is the number of rows in the matrix.

valueType

A scalar value specifying the value type. If 0 (the default) then the level value as calculated by the solver (or algorithm) will be returned. If 1, the shadow price. If 2, the level value after evaluating the row using the column values in the solution. If 3, the basic state.

## Return Value¶

The level value or shadow price of the row.

Note

• To get the level value of a row, if valueType is set to 0, the option Always Store Constraint Levels should be switched on or the Level property of the corresponding constraint should be set.

• To get the shadow price of a row the option Always Store Marginals should be switched on or the ShadowPrice property of the corresponding constraint should be set.

• To get the basic state of a row the option Always Store Basics should be switched on or the Basic property of the corresponding constraint should be set.

• This function returns 0 as basic state if the row is nonbasic; it returns 1 if the row is basic and 2 if the row is superbasic (nonlinear models only).

• If the row has a unit then the scaled value is returned (without unit). You can get the scale factor by using the function GMP::Row::GetScale.