TGF, the "Trivial Graph Format," supports the pure graph structure together with (at most) one label per graph element. Anything related to position, dimension, or visual representation is ignored. Also, TGF does not provide support for nested graph structures.
Example 9.23. Instantiating a TGFIOHandler
// Instantiate a TGF I/O handler and write the graph to file. IOHandler ioh = new TGFIOHandler(); writeGraphToFile(graph, ioh, "MyTGF.tgf");
By means of the following setter methods both writing and reading of node labels and edge labels, respectively can be controlled:
|Description||Setter methods from class TGFIOHandler.|
Due to the lack of support for both coordinates and dimensions reading a graph from a TGF file can result in a representation that differs from the exported graph.
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