Given a directed graph, a source vertex ‘src’ and a destination vertex ‘dst’, print all paths from given ‘src’ to ‘dst’.
Consider the following directed graph. Let the src be 2 and dst be 3. There are 3 different paths from 2 to 3.
We have already discussed Print all paths from a given source to a destination using DFS.
Below is BFS based solution.
create a queue which will store path(s) of type vector initialise the queue with first path starting from src Now run a loop till queue is not empty get the frontmost path from queue check if the lastnode of this path is destination if true then print the path run a loop for all the vertices connected to the current vertex i.e. lastnode extracted from path if the vertex is not visited in current path a) create a new path from earlier path and append this vertex b) insert this new path to queue
path from src 2 to dst 3 are 2 0 3 2 1 3 2 0 1 3
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