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       pickg - countg : Count graphs according to their properties.


       [pickg|countg] [-fp#:#q -V] [--keys] [-constraints -v] [ifile [ofile]]


              countg : Count graphs according to their properties.

              pickg : Select graphs according to their properties.

              ifile, ofile : Input and output files.

              '-' and missing names imply stdin and stdout.

              Miscellaneous switches:

       -p# -p#:#
              Specify range of input lines (first is 1)

       -f     With  -p,  assume  input  lines  of  fixed  length (only used with a file in graph6

       -v     Negate all constraints

       -V     List properties of every input matching constraints.

       -q     Suppress informative output.


              Numerical constraints (shown here with following  #)  can  take  a  single  integer
              value,  or  a  range  like #:#, #:, or :#.  Each can also be preceded by '~', which
              negates it.   (For example, -~D2:4 will match any maximum degree which is _not_  2,
              3,  or 4.)  Constraints are applied to all input graphs, and only those which match
              all constraints are counted or selected.

       -n#    number of vertices     -e#  number of edges

       -d#    minimum degree         -D#  maximum degree

       -r     regular                -b   bipartite

       -z#    radius                 -Z#  diameter

       -g#    girth (0=acyclic)      -Y#  total number of cycles

       -T#    number of triangles

       -E     Eulerian (all degrees are even, connectivity not required)

       -a#    group size  -o# orbits  -F# fixed points  -t vertex-transitive

       -c#    connectivity (only implemented for 0,1,2).

       -i#    min common nbrs of adjacent vertices;     -I# maximum

       -j#    min common nbrs of non-adjacent vertices; -J# maximum

              Sort keys:

       Counts are made for all graphs passing the constraints.

              are given separately for each combination of values  occuring  for  the  properties
              listed  as sort keys.  A sort key is introduced by '--' and uses one of the letters
              known as constraints.  These can be combined:  --n --e  --r  is the  same  as  --ne
              --r and --ner.  The order of sort keys is significant.