Choco is a Free Open-Source Java library dedicated to Constraint Programming.

The user models its problem in a declarative way by stating the set of constraints

that need to be satisfied in every solution.

Then, the problem is solved by alternating constraint filtering algorithms with a search mechanism.

Focus on what matters, when it matters.

```
// http://www.csplib.org/Problems/prob007/
int N = 100;
// 1. Modelling part
Model model = new Model("all-interval series of size "+ N);
// 1.a declare the variables
IntVar[] S = model.intVarArray("s", N, 0, N - 1, false);
IntVar[] V = model.intVarArray("V", N - 1, 1, N - 1, false);
// 1.b post the constraints
for (int i = 0; i < N - 1; i++) {
model.distance(S[i + 1], S[i], "=", V[i]).post();
}
model.allDifferent(S).post();
model.allDifferent(V).post();
S[1].gt(S[0]).post();
V[1].gt(V[N - 2]).post();
// 2. Solving part
Solver solver = model.getSolver();
// 2.a define a search strategy
solver.setSearch(Search.minDomLBSearch(S));
if(solver.solve()){
System.out.printf("All interval series of size %d%n", N);
for (int i = 0; i < N - 1; i++) {
System.out.printf("%d <%d> ",
S[i].getValue(),
V[i].getValue());
}
System.out.printf("%d", S[N - 1].getValue());
}
```

```
@manual{choco,
author = {Charles Prud'homme and Jean-Guillaume Fages and Xavier Lorca},
title = {Choco Documentation},
year = {2017},
organization = {TASC - LS2N CNRS UMR 6241, COSLING S.A.S.},
timestamp = {Thu, 23 November 2017},
url = {http://www.choco-solver.org },
}
```

Supporting Choco with financial aid favors long-term support and development.