COIN-OR::LEMON - Graph Library

Changeset 964:2c0c20e90116 in lemon-0.x for src/lemon/dimacs.h


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Timestamp:
11/05/04 08:26:20 (16 years ago)
Author:
Alpar Juttner
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default
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public
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svn:c9d7d8f5-90d6-0310-b91f-818b3a526b0e/lemon/trunk@1348
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  • src/lemon/dimacs.h

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    3636
    3737  /// This function reads a min cost flow instance from dimacs format,
    38   /// i.e. from dimacs files having a line starting with \c p \c "min".
     38  /// i.e. from dimacs files having a line starting with
     39  /// \code
     40  /// p "min"
     41  /// \endcode
    3942  /// At the beginning \c g is cleared by \c g.clear(). The edge
    4043  /// capacities are written to \c capacity, \c s and \c t are set to
     
    113116
    114117  /// This function reads a max flow instance from dimacs format,
    115   /// i.e. from dimacs files having a line starting with \c p \c
    116   /// "max".  At the beginning \c g is cleared by \c g.clear(). The
     118  /// i.e. from dimacs files having a line starting with
     119  /// \code
     120  /// p "max"
     121  /// \endcode
     122  ///At the beginning \c g is cleared by \c g.clear(). The
    117123  /// edge capacities are written to \c capacity and \c s and \c t are
    118124  /// set to the source and the target nodes.
     
    130136
    131137  /// This function reads a shortest path instance from dimacs format,
    132   /// i.e. from dimacs files having a line starting with \c p \c "sp".
     138  /// i.e. from dimacs files having a line starting with
     139  /// \code
     140  /// p "sp"
     141  /// \endcode
    133142  /// At the beginning \c g is cleared by \c g.clear(). The edge
    134143  /// capacities are written to \c capacity and \c s is set to the
     
    163172  /// This function reads a graph without any designated nodes and
    164173  /// maps from dimacs format, i.e. from dimacs files having a line
    165   /// starting with \c p \c "mat".  At the beginning \c g is cleared
     174  /// starting with
     175  /// \code
     176  /// p "mat"
     177  /// \endcode
     178  /// At the beginning \c g is cleared
    166179  /// by \c g.clear().
    167180  ///
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