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hi all,
I am very new to graphs.So can somebody please give me a link to some
graphs tutorial as well as their assignment.

Thanks,
Alice Walls
Nov 14 '05 #1
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"alice" <al***********@yahoo.com> wrote
hi all,
I am very new to graphs.So can somebody please give me a link to some
graphs tutorial as well as their assignment.

You'll have to be a bit more specific.

graphs in the computer science sense of a tree-like data structure that
contains cycles are quite a big topic. Apart from the very basics,
comp.programming is the approriate forum rather than comp.lang.c.

graphs in the everyday sense are graphical displays of data. ANSI C has no
graphics capabilities, but many third party libraries are available. There
isnot much help we can offer on graphics on comp.lang.c, since we only deal
with the standard part of the language.
Nov 14 '05 #2

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alice wrote:

I am very new to graphs.So can somebody please give me a link to some
graphs tutorial as well as their assignment.


graphs are not mentioned in the ISO C standard, thus their
discussion is off-topic here. If you are worrying about algorithms
etc. comp.programming might be better suited.

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Nov 14 '05 #3

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alice wrote:
I am very new to graphs.So can somebody please give me a link to some
graphs tutorial as well as their assignment.


Assuming you mean the kind of graphs with vertices and edges, you might
want to start by looking up the terms "adjacency list" and "adjacency
matrix". These are two common data structures computer programs use to
represent graphs. However, this has nothing to do with C in particular -
these data structures can be used in nearly any language. If you wish to
learn about data structures in C, you can find many tutorials on linked
lists and binary trees and that sort of thing.
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Nov 14 '05 #4

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