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    Is there an algorithem in graph theory

    I would like to know if there is a known algorithem is graph theory that finds ALL the paths to a given node from ALL the other nodes.
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    Look here for the problem solved between just two specific nodes. You could then loop this algorithm through all non-target nodes of the graph.
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