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Graph Representation in C++ (Job Interview Cheatsheet)

by Ari Saif7mJune 1st, 2020
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Graph Representation in C++ (Job Interview Cheatsheet) is a job interview cheat sheet. This article summarizes various options available using C++ Standard Template Library (STL) A graph is formally defined as a set of vertices V and a pair of edges E connecting the vertices. For each method, we will implement a simple algorithm to check to see if the graph is Eulerian, i.e., if the number of odd-degree nodes is exactly 0 or 2. This is known as the Seven Bridges of Königsberg problem.

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