This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
If you know MiniZinc, please write code for some of the tasks not implemented in MiniZinc.
MiniZinc is a constraint modeling language developed by G12. It was originally a subset of Zinc, but has since gained additional capabilities. It compiles to a minimal subset called FlatZinc, which is interpreted by constraint solvers.
MiniZinc can be used to state satisfaction and optimization problems in a high-level, declarative fashion. It provides a standard library of common constraints, which can help modelers to formulate their models both readably and efficiently.
MiniZinc is at the heart of the MiniZinc Challenge, a yearly competition that ranks constraint solvers on their ability to handle a wide array of satisfaction and optimization problems.