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1 Project: Display a Graph Problem Description: A graph consists of vertices and edges that connect vertices. Write a program that reads a graph from a file and displays it on a panel. The first line in the file contains a number that indicates the number of vertices (n). The vertices are labeled as 0, 1, ..., n-1. Each subsequent line, with the format u x y v1, v2, ..., describes that the vertex u is located at position (x, y) with edges (u, v1), (u, v2), etc. Figure (a) gives an example of the file for a graph. Your program prompts the user to enter the name of the file, reads data from the file, and displays the graph on a panel, as shown in Figure (b). File 6 0 30 30 1 2 1 90 30 0 3 2 30 90 0 3 4 3 90 90 1 2 4 5 4 30 150 2 3 5 5 90 150 3 4 0 2 3 1 4 5 (a) (b) The program reads the information about the graph and displays it visually. Analysis: A graph is a mathematical structure with vertices and edges that connect the vertices. A graph is a very useful tool for modeling real-world problems. This project is to display the graph. The information for
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