A goal (aka problem). A goal is essentially a set of formulas, that can be solved and/or transformed using tactics and solvers. More...
Data Structures  
class  DecRefQueue 
Public Member Functions  
void  Assert (params BoolExpr[] constraints) 
Adds the constraints to the given goal.  
void  Reset () 
Erases all formulas from the given goal.  
Goal  Translate (Context ctx) 
Translates (copies) the Goal to the target Context ctx .  
Goal  Simplify (Params p=null) 
Simplifies the goal.  
override string  ToString () 
Goal to string conversion.  
Public Member Functions inherited from Z3Object  
void  Dispose () 
Disposes of the underlying native Z3 object.  
Properties  
Z3_goal_prec  Precision [get] 
The precision of the goal.  
bool  IsPrecise [get] 
Indicates whether the goal is precise.  
bool  IsUnderApproximation [get] 
Indicates whether the goal is an underapproximation.  
bool  IsOverApproximation [get] 
Indicates whether the goal is an overapproximation.  
bool  IsGarbage [get] 
Indicates whether the goal is garbage (i.e., the product of over and underapproximations).  
bool  Inconsistent [get] 
Indicates whether the goal contains `false'.  
uint  Depth [get] 
The depth of the goal.  
uint  Size [get] 
The number of formulas in the goal.  
BoolExpr[]  Formulas [get] 
The formulas in the goal.  
uint  NumExprs [get] 
The number of formulas, subformulas and terms in the goal.  
bool  IsDecidedSat [get] 
Indicates whether the goal is empty, and it is precise or the product of an under approximation.  
bool  IsDecidedUnsat [get] 
Indicates whether the goal contains `false', and it is precise or the product of an over approximation.  
A goal (aka problem). A goal is essentially a set of formulas, that can be solved and/or transformed using tactics and solvers.

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Adds the constraints to the given goal.
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The precision of the goal.
Goals can be transformed using over and under approximations. An under approximation is applied when the objective is to find a model for a given goal. An over approximation is applied when the objective is to find a proof for a given goal.