# Changeset 56:11bd4cea8379 in lemon-tutorial for lgf.dox

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03/01/10 02:28:05 (11 years ago)
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Slightly extend LGF section

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• ## lgf.dox

 r44 .run(); \endcode Undirected graphs can be stored in LGF format in almost the same way. The \@arcs section can also be called \@edges, they are identical. The only speciality is that arc maps can be distinguished from edge maps using a \c + or \c - prefix before the name of the map. For example, \code @edges label  +length  -length 0    1    0      10       20 ... \endcode In conjunction with undirected graphs, the classes \ref GraphReader and \ref GraphWriter can be used. Apart from LGF, the library can also handle other graph For more information, see the \ref lgf-format "description of the LGF format" and the \ref io_group module in the reference manual. For a working example, see \ref lgf_demo.cc in the demo directory of the LEMON source. \note Apart from LGF, the library can also handle other graph formats, such as the well-known DIMACS format. For more information, see a more detailed \ref lgf-format "description of the LGF format" and the \ref io_group module in the reference manual. [TRAILER]
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