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LINDO is used at thousands of businesses, colleges, universities and government agencies around the world. It is a versatile tool for solving linear, integer, and quadratic programming problems. You can use LINDO's interactive modelling environment to easily build and solve optimisation problems, or you can plug the powerful LINDO optimisation engine into an application that you have created.

If you're a novice, you'll appreciate how easy LINDO is to learn and use. The Windows version provides an intuitive modelling environment with pull-down menus, a handy toolbar, and a full featured model editor. Problems can be expressed in a simple, straightforward equation style. LINDO comes with everything you need to get started quickly. LINDO provides clear, useful on-line help for all commands, so you can learn as you build your model. The User's Manual thoroughly explains LINDO's commands and features. We even include a textbook to teach you the expert's modelling techniques you'll need. It's full of real-world based examples in finance, distribution, product mix, production planning, resource allocation and more.

If you're already an expert at optimisation, you'll be impressed by LINDO's power and robustness. It's state-of-the-art solver has the speed and capacity to solve your large scale linear and integer models. LINDO has all of the advanced commands and features you need for model input, editing, solution, display, logical data inquiry, file handling, and sensitivity analysis.

LINDO also supplies a comprehensive set of tools for application developers. Windows developers will love the DLL version of LINDO. It allows you to seamlessly integrate the LINDO solver into your Windows application written in Visual Basic, C/C++ or any language that supports DLL calls. Workstation users can exploit the linkable object libraries to hook the solver engine to applications written in FORTRAN or C.

Available for PC and (in Hyper and larger sizes) the following platforms: Linux, SPARC / Solaris, Silicon Graphics, and IBM RS/6000.

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