har1.gms : gdx2har and har2gdx test from Example 1

Description

This example shows how a GDX file can be written by a GAMS program and
the results then transferred into a HAR file. In the small GAMS
example two sets and three parameters are defined. The program output
is then written to the GDX file. Set and parameter names are shorter
than 12 characters and conform to GEMPACK syntax rules, so the
translator retains all same names in the HAR file. In this case, set
and parameter names have fewer than 4 characters, so the HEADER
identifiers in the HAR file are identical to the GAMS names.  GDX2HAR
infers domains of the parameters from the array elements, which are
all non-zero in this case.

Contributor: Alex Meeraus


Small Model of Type : GAMS


Category : GAMS Test library


Main file : har1.gms

$title 'gdx2har and har2gdx test from Example 1' (HAR1,SEQ=355)

$ontext

This example shows how a GDX file can be written by a GAMS program and
the results then transferred into a HAR file. In the small GAMS
example two sets and three parameters are defined. The program output
is then written to the GDX file. Set and parameter names are shorter
than 12 characters and conform to GEMPACK syntax rules, so the
translator retains all same names in the HAR file. In this case, set
and parameter names have fewer than 4 characters, so the HEADER
identifiers in the HAR file are identical to the GAMS names.  GDX2HAR
infers domains of the parameters from the array elements, which are
all non-zero in this case.

Contributor: Alex Meeraus
$offtext

$if %system.platform% == WIN $goto runme
$if %system.platform% == WEX $goto runme
$log HAR utilities test skipped for this platform
$exit

$label runme

sets i / a, b, c/
     j / red, green, blue /;

parameters
     x        Scalar value /1.5/,
     y(i)     Vector of values /a 10.2, b 1.3, c 1.5/,
     z(i,j)   Matrix of random values;

z(i,j) = uniform(0,1);

execute_unload 'ex1.gdx';

execute 'gdx2har ex1      /s > nul'; abort$errorlevel 'gdx2har failed';
execute 'har2gdx ex1 ex1g /s > nul'; abort$errorlevel 'har2gdx failed';

sets newi(*),newj(*);
parameter newx, newy(i), newz(i,j)
          errx, erry(i), errz(i,j);
scalar newx;

execute_load 'ex1g',newx=x,newy=y,newz=z,newi=i,newj=j;

errx      = x-newx;
erry(i)   = y(i)-newy(i);
errz(i,j) = z(i,j)-newz(i,j);

display newx,newy,newz,errx,erry,errz,newi,newj;

scalar tol this is rather big / 1e-6 /;

abort$(abs(errx) > tol) 'bad newx';
abort$sum(i, abs(erry(i)) > tol) 'bad newy';
abort$sum((i,j), abs(errz(i,j)) > tol) 'bad newz';

alias(*,u);
$onuni
abort$sum(u, i(u) xor newi(u)) 'bad newi';
abort$sum(u, j(u) xor newj(u)) 'bad newj';