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**RHSSEN***variables***;**

For the dense input format, the RHSSEN statement identifies variables in the problem data set that define change vectors for examining the sensitivity of the optimal solution to changes in the RHS constants. If the RHSSEN statement is omitted, then the LP procedure assumes that the variable named _RHSSEN_ contains a right-hand-side change vector.

For the sparse input format, the RHSSEN statement
gives the names of
one or more columns in the problem data set that are to be considered
as change vectors. If the RHSSEN statement is omitted, then
the LP procedure assumes that the column named _RHSSEN_
or columns with
the *RHSSEN* keyword in the problem
data set contain the right-hand-side change vectors.
For further information, see

the Sparse Data Input Format, the Right-Hand-Side Sensitivity Analysis, and the Right-Hand-Side Parametric Programming.

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