Simple calculator#

This example demonstrates how to create a simple calculator flow.

It uses the file to create and run a simple flow of four nodes. It then explains how you can optionally save a copy of the project to a desired location.

Perform required imports#

Perform the required imports.

from ansys.optislang.core import Optislang
import ansys.optislang.core.examples as examples

Create optiSLang instance#

Create the optiSLang instance.

osl = Optislang()
paths = examples.get_files("simple_calculator")

Get path of example script and run it#

Get the path of the example script and then run this script.


Run workflow#

Run the workflow created by the preceding script.


Optionally save project#

If you want to save the project to some desired location, uncomment and edit these lines:

path = r'<insert-desired-location>'
osl.save_as(os.path.join(path, "test_project.opf"))

Stop and cancel project#

Stop and cancel the project.


View generated workflow#

This image shows the generated workflow.

Result of script.

Total running time of the script: ( 0 minutes 0.000 seconds)

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