Utility function getting too long

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Tom Eagle

Jan 8, 2023, 3:48:56 PM1/8/23
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Is there an example of where I can write an extremely long utility function, but break it up into parts so I do not get into parsing restrictions?

Thank you in advance for any examples!

Tom Eagle

Bierlaire Michel

Jan 8, 2023, 4:00:01 PM1/8/23
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Hi Tom,

In Python, you can write a long expression on several lines by placing it into parentheses: 

V = (
  beta_1 * x_1 +
  beta_2 * x_2 + 

Also, I would recommend to use loops as much as possible instead of very long expressions.

Finally, if you have a long sum, prefer the bioMultSum operator to a long list of binary “+”. 

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Thomas Eagle

Jan 10, 2023, 5:17:51 AM1/10/23
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Thank you.  I'll study up on bioMultSum


On Jan 8, 2023, at 12:59 PM, Bierlaire Michel <michel.b...@epfl.ch> wrote:

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