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source codes for Prim's and Kruskal's Algorithms

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Hi experts,
I will be very simple,
I need source codes for Prim's and Kruskal's algorithms in Delphi 7 or their implementations in Pascal or C.

Anyone who can give me the source codes or tell me the appropriate links with free source codes for these algorithms, gets 500 pts.

I need it very quickly.

Thanks in advance,

Yass

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Acctually, I was looking for Delphi or Pascal or C(not C++)solutions in this order.

But as you,Trekker72, was the first and the only one who offered me a help, I will give u 500 pts, but plz if u find source codes send it to this addr>

gornjivakuf007@yahoo.com,


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