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matching variables multiple solutions

(OP)
Hi,
In swiprolog, when
[library(clpfd)].
X in 0..10 , Y in 0..10 , X mod Y #= 0 , X / Y #=2 .

It gives
X in 2..10,
X/Y#=2,
X mod Y#=0,
Y in 1..10.

But it's not very useful if I don't have couples of solutions, i.e. for X=2 -> Y=1  etc...
So how can I have the different couples?

RE: matching variables multiple solutions

X in 0..10 , Y in 0..10 , X mod Y #= 0 , X / Y #=2, label([X,Y]).

RE: matching variables multiple solutions

(OP)
thanks, almost!  ... but it gives

X = 2,
Y = 1

but why doesn't it give the other solutions too (ie X = 4,
Y = 2 ;  X = 6,
Y = 3 ; 8,4  ; 10,5)?

RE: matching variables multiple solutions

No, type ; instead of <ENTER>.

RE: matching variables multiple solutions

(OP)

ok, thanks a lot!

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