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picosat - SAT solver with proof and core support
picosat [options] input-file
This manual page documents briefly the picosat command. picosat is a SAT solver with proof and core capabilities. Use the picosat.trace binary to actually use these capabilities (these incur some overhead).
-h Show summary of options. --version print version and exit --config print build configuration and exit -v enable verbose output -f ignore invalid header -n do not print satisfying assignment -p print formula in DIMACS format and exit -i <0/1> force FALSE respectively TRUE as default phase -a <lit> start with an assumption -l <limit> set decision limit -s <seed> set random number generator seed -o <output> set output file -t <trace> generate compact proof trace file (use picosat.trace, see above). -T <trace> generate extended proof trace file (use picosat.trace, see above). -r <trace> generate reverse unit propagation proof file (use picosat.trace, see above). -c <core> generate clausal core file in DIMACS format (use picosat.trace, see above). -V <core> generate file listing core variables -U <core> generate file listing used variables
picosat was written by Armin Biere <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Michael Tautschnig <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). February 5, 2010 PICOSAT(1)