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    3030'''Use the OSSolverService:''' COIN-OR provides a command line executable that can be used to invoke COIN-OR solvers either on the user's machine or on a remote  server. This executable takes files in MPS, AMPL nl,  or Optimization Services OSiL format.   Download the [http://www.coin-or.org/download/binary/CoinAll CoinAll] binary distribution that is appropriate for your platform. In the bin you will find the OSSolverService. Copy this file to the desired location on your hard drive. Double click on the OSSolverService icon.  This will open an interactive shell with help facilities.   See the documentation 
    31 [https://projects.coin-or.org/svn/OS/trunk/OS/doc/UsingCoinAll.pdf Using CoinAll] for more detail.
     31[https://projects.coin-or.org/svn/OS/trunk/OS/doc/UsingCoinAllBinary.pdf Using CoinAll Binaries] for more detail.
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    4040== How to Write Applications Using COIN-OR Libraries ==
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    42 Some users will wish to build applications that use COIN-OR libraries without having to actually build individual COIN-OR projects. These users will benefit from  the ''' COIN-OR  [https://projects.coin-or.org/CoinBazaar/wiki/Projects/ApplicationTemplates  ApplicationsTemplate] '''  project.     The !ApplicationsTemplate project consists of a set of examples designed to illustrate how to use various COIN-OR projects. If you download  [http://www.coin-or.org/download/binary/CoinAll CoinAll] binary distribution and unpack the distribution, the '''examples''' folder contains all of the examples in the !ApplicationsTemplate project.  If you use Visual Studio you will find pre-configured Visual Studio project files in the examples folder. Documentation that explains the examples is available at [https://projects.coin-or.org/svn/OS/trunk/OS/doc/UsingCoinAll.pdf Using CoinAll]. If you are a Unix user, Makefiles are also available.
     42Some users will wish to build applications that use COIN-OR libraries without having to actually build individual COIN-OR projects. These users will benefit from  the ''' COIN-OR  [https://projects.coin-or.org/CoinBazaar/wiki/Projects/ApplicationTemplates  ApplicationsTemplate] '''  project.     The !ApplicationsTemplate project consists of a set of examples designed to illustrate how to use various COIN-OR projects. If you download  [http://www.coin-or.org/download/binary/CoinAll CoinAll] binary distribution and unpack the distribution, the '''examples''' folder contains all of the examples in the !ApplicationsTemplate project.  If you use Visual Studio you will find pre-configured Visual Studio project files in the examples folder. Documentation that explains the examples is available at [https://projects.coin-or.org/svn/OS/trunk/OS/doc/UsingCoinAllLibs.pdf Using CoinAll Libraries]. If you are a Unix user, Makefiles are also available.
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    4444== How to Build COIN-OR Projects from Source Code ==