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Hello zing

I was looking at the same Graph module for several days...
I want to ask the same question for directed graph. I wonder if this module lacks for 'list all path', or whether I miss something.

You can list all shortest path in your graph, if you do like this.

use strict; use warnings; use Graph; my @a=qw(a b d); my @b=qw(c c e); my $g = Graph->new( undirected => 1 ); for (my $r = 0; $r <= 2; $r++) { $g->add_edge($a[$r], $b[$r]); } #get path from apsp my $apsp=$g->APSP_Floyd_Warshall(); #...with all pattern using glob my @v=$g->vertices; my $ptn=join(",", @v); for (glob "{$ptn},{$ptn}"){ my($u,$v)=split(/,/, $_); next if( $u eq $v ); #skip same combination, or ignore self cyc +le my @p=$apsp->path_vertices($u,$v); if (@p){ print join(',', @p), "\n"; } }
So, for just listing all path, it may be faster if I do recursive call by myself. I am feeling missing something.

I would like to ask for a good way, if you find one.
regards.


In reply to Re: Finding connected components in a graph. by remiah
in thread Finding connected components in a graph. by zing

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