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Exact Travelling Salesman (up to 26 cities)

Submitted on: 1/31/2019 4:46:58 PM
By: John Korejwa 
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 3 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     Given a list of cities and distances between each pair, find a shortest route that visits each city and returns to the origin city. Finds one or all guaranteed optimum minimum weight solutions for weighted cycle or permutation problems. TSP

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1/31/2019 12:27:13 PMPaul Bahlawan

That's quite cool! The little squares didn't show for me because they were black.
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1/31/2019 5:05:12 PMJohn Korejwa

Thanks for the report, Paul. The graphical part is minimalist, since it is only meant to demonstrate the TSP functions. It seems VB6 can use inconsistent default values for controls loaded at run time, depending on your system. This update explicitly sets color after loading "little squares", so hopefully it works universally on all systems now.
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