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An "Out of Range" Problem with Vectors in C++

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  1. Cyborg965210

    Cyborg965210 New Member

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    Hello everyone! Here is the description of my problem:

    The Program's Description:
    I am implementing a program in C++ that tests Prim's algorithm for finding minimum spanning trees. The objective of the program is calculating the number of seconds it takes to find the minimum spanning tree for a selected number of random graphs.

    What i have done up to now?
    I finished the implementation of the functions and the header files for the whole program. Since the source code is small, i decided for clarity reasons to attach it with this mail in order to provide a better visualization of the problem.

    The Problem:
    For some reason, i have facing some sort of "out of range" vector problem during the run time of the application.
    The problem is rising specifically in the lines of: 123 & 126 of the ("Prim_and_Kruskal_Algorithms.cpp") file.

    The Nature of the Current Source Code:

    • The source code is without compiling errors or warning.

    • It is properly documented with clear indentation.
    • It is rather a short code.
    Requesting help:
    I would be really grateful if anyone can help me spotting the problem. I have attached the source code with this question.

    Thanks in advance for your help,
     

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