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By I_love_Yuuki_Asuna, history, 11 days ago, In English

In C++, Graphs with large number of nodes (N > 3000) can be stored using vectors

vector<int> adjanced_nodes[N];
if (an edge exists between u and w)
{
  adjacent_nodes[u].push_back(w);
  adjacent_nodes[w].push_back(u);
} 

Pascal language doesn't have vectors, Can anyone please tell how we can store graphs in Pascal?

UPD: thanks Rifat83 for the solution

 
 
 
 
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In Pascal it is possible define fixed array like:

var adjanced_nodes: array[0..N-1] of integer;

or if array size is not known at the time of compilation then it is possible to use dynamic arrays, e.g. in FreePascal like:

var adjanced_nodes: array of integer;
begin
  ...
  SetLength(adjanced_nodes, N);
  ...
end.