Is there a way to print the algebraic form of the constraint or the objective function in Gurobi’s Python API?

Gurobi’s Python API provides the ability to print the algebraic form of the constraint or the objective function. This can be done with the `display`

method.

For example, given the code snippet below:

```
import gurobipy as gp
from gurobipy import GRB
products, price = gp.multidict({"table": 80, "chair": 45})
resources, availability = gp.multidict({"mahogany": 400, "labour": 450})
bom = {
("mahogany", "chair"): 5,
("mahogany", "table"): 20,
("labour", "chair"): 10,
("labour", "table"): 15,
}
model = gp.Model("furniture")
make = model.addVars(products, name="make", obj=list(price.values()), vtype=GRB.INTEGER)
res = model.addConstrs(
gp.quicksum(bom[r, p] * make[p] for p in products) <= availability[r]
for r in resources
)
model.ModelSense = GRB.MAXIMIZE
model.optimize()
```

To print the algebraic form of the constraints or the objective function, use the `display`

method:

```
model.display()
```

This will print the algebraic form of the constraints and the objective function.