CspListOperators.SublistEq Method (ConstraintSystem, CspTerm, array<Int32[])

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Creates a term that indicates if a list variable is a subset of another list.

Namespace:  Microsoft.SolverFoundation.Solvers
Assembly:  Microsoft.Solver.Foundation (in Microsoft.Solver.Foundation.dll)


<ExtensionAttribute> _
Public Shared Function SublistEq ( _
    constraintSolver As ConstraintSystem, _
    listVar1 As CspTerm, _
    list2 As Integer() _
) As CspTerm
public static CspTerm SublistEq(
    this ConstraintSystem constraintSolver,
    CspTerm listVar1,
    int[] list2
static CspTerm^ SublistEq(
    ConstraintSystem^ constraintSolver, 
    CspTerm^ listVar1, 
    array<int>^ list2
static member SublistEq : 
        constraintSolver:ConstraintSystem * 
        listVar1:CspTerm * 
        list2:int[] -> CspTerm 
public static function SublistEq(
    constraintSolver : ConstraintSystem, 
    listVar1 : CspTerm, 
    list2 : int[]
) : CspTerm


  • list2
    Type: array<System.Int32[]
    A list that is being tested to see if it is a superset of a list variable.

Return Value

Type: Microsoft.SolverFoundation.Solvers.CspTerm
A Boolean term that indicates if listVar1 is a subset of list2.

Usage Note

In Visual Basic and C#, you can call this method as an instance method on any object of type ConstraintSystem. When you use instance method syntax to call this method, omit the first parameter. For more information, see Extension Methods (Visual Basic) or Extension Methods (C# Programming Guide).

.NET Framework Security

See Also


CspListOperators Class

SublistEq Overload

Microsoft.SolverFoundation.Solvers Namespace