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# old/twosat.inc.cpp

## Code


vector<bool> twosat(int n, vector<pair<int, int> > const & cnf) {
// make digraph
vector<vector<int> > g(2*n);
auto i = [&](int x) { assert (x != 0 and abs(x) <= n); return x > 0 ? x-1 : n-x-1; };
for (auto it : cnf) {
int x, y; tie(x, y) = it; // x or y
g[i(- x)].push_back(i(y)); // not x implies y
g[i(- y)].push_back(i(x)); // not y implies x
}
// do SCC
vector<int> component = strongly_connected_components::decompose(g).second;
vector<bool> valuation(n);
repeat_from (x,1,n+1) {
if (component[i(x)] == component[i(- x)]) { // x iff not x
return vector<bool>(); // unsat
}
valuation[x-1] = component[i(x)] > component[i(- x)]; // use components which indices are large
}
return valuation;
}



#line 1 "old/twosat.inc.cpp"

vector<bool> twosat(int n, vector<pair<int, int> > const & cnf) {
// make digraph
vector<vector<int> > g(2*n);
auto i = [&](int x) { assert (x != 0 and abs(x) <= n); return x > 0 ? x-1 : n-x-1; };
for (auto it : cnf) {
int x, y; tie(x, y) = it; // x or y
g[i(- x)].push_back(i(y)); // not x implies y
g[i(- y)].push_back(i(x)); // not y implies x
}
// do SCC
vector<int> component = strongly_connected_components::decompose(g).second;
vector<bool> valuation(n);
repeat_from (x,1,n+1) {
if (component[i(x)] == component[i(- x)]) { // x iff not x
return vector<bool>(); // unsat
}
valuation[x-1] = component[i(x)] > component[i(- x)]; // use components which indices are large
}
return valuation;
}