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    Hi, I am currently a freshmen girl in my CS class and I am having a hard time understanding this since I know no one in my class. If you could help me out with my project I'd love it!

    For my project I'm supposed to write two functions, only two. One is supposed to find the shortest path and one to create a minimum spanning tree. If you could help me with this I'd appreciate it! thanks guys!

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    Re: Prim's Algorithm

    This board doesn't work that way. Please read this http://www.codeguru.com/forum/announcement.php?f=7 and especially http://www.codeguru.com/forum/showthread.php?t=366302 this.
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    Re: Prim's Algorithm

    If you are having difficulty in your class, you should visit your professor during office hours with your questions.

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