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LauriN
Calcite | Level 5

This way it works, had to put that option and constrain vector both into the input parentheses:

Now I get no division by 0 warning. The previously miss-specified-due-loss-of-precision point's are now not specified at all and the value is substituted by 0.14 but the error isn't likely big.

start mincvf(CVF1);

con={0.14 . .,. . .,. . .};

optn={0,0};

init=1;

call nlpqn(rc, res,"CVF1",init,optn,con);

return (res);

finish;

Thanks for the help!

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