frees the memory allocated by h02buc
should be used in conjunction with h02buc
, which reads data for an integer programming problem from an MPSX file, allocates several arrays, and populates them with the data contained in the file. h02bvc
is a utility provided for the convenient freeing of this memory. It should be called in order to conserve memory which is no longer required, e.g., following a call to h02bbc
(which may be used to solve the problem defined by the MPSX file). Any memory not freed will, of course, be freed when your program terminates.
In addition to allocating the memory freed by this function, h02buc
also allocates memory to the
member of the options
structure (if the structure is supplied as an argument). The function h02xzc
should be used to free this memory. You should not
use the standard C function free()
for this purpose.
For an example of the use of h02bvc
see the documentation for h02buc