*---- 25 PARAMETER test1 set of j*

A 1.000, B 1.000, C 1.000

---- 25 PARAMETER test2 set of not j

A 2.000, B 2.000, C 2.000

A 1.000, B 1.000, C 1.000

---- 25 PARAMETER test2 set of not j

A 2.000, B 2.000, C 2.000

Instead I want to see something like this:

*---- 25 PARAMETER test1 set of j*

C 1.000

---- 25 PARAMETER test2 set of not j

A 2.000, B 2.000

C 1.000

---- 25 PARAMETER test2 set of not j

A 2.000, B 2.000

Why are the test2 not in the complement set of test1? When I display the sets in the loop it looks like they are complementary, but then this does not hold for the parameters test1 and test2 any longer. Thanks for any help!

**INPUT:**

Sets

$onempty

k / A, B, C /

j(k) / /

notj(k) / /

;

Alias (k, kk) ;

Alias (j, jj) ;

Alias (notj, jnotj) ;

Parameters

test1 "set of j"

test2 "set of not j"

;

loop(kk,

j(kk)=yes;

notj(k)=not j(k);

display j, notj;

test1(j) = 1;

test2(notj) = 2;

display test1, test2;

j(kk)=no;

notj(k)=no;

display j, notj;

);

**OUTPUT:**

---- 22 SET j

A

---- 22 SET notj

B, C

---- 25 PARAMETER test1 set of j

A 1.000

---- 25 PARAMETER test2 set of not j

B 2.000, C 2.000

---- 28 SET j

( EMPTY )

---- 28 SET notj

( EMPTY )

---- 22 SET j

B

---- 22 SET notj

A, C

---- 25 PARAMETER test1 set of j

A 1.000, B 1.000

---- 25 PARAMETER test2 set of not j

A 2.000, B 2.000, C 2.000

---- 28 SET j

( EMPTY )

---- 28 SET notj

( EMPTY )

---- 22 SET j

C

---- 22 SET notj

A, B

---- 25 PARAMETER test1 set of j

A 1.000, B 1.000, C 1.000

---- 25 PARAMETER test2 set of not j

A 2.000, B 2.000, C 2.000

---- 28 SET j

( EMPTY )

---- 28 SET notj

( EMPTY )