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# NAME¶

nauty-assembleg - assemble input graphs as components of output graphs

# SYNOPSIS¶

**assembleg** *-n#|-n#:# *[*-i#|i#:#*] [*-L*]
[*-q*] [*infile *[*outfile*]]

# DESCRIPTION¶

- Assemble input graphs as components of output graphs.
- The output file has no header. If the input has any directed graphs, all outputs are directed. Otherwise, the output format is determined by the header
- or first input.
- The input graphs had better all fit into memory at once,
- unless
**-L**is given, in which case only the graphs of at most half the output size are stored at once. - The output graphs will be non-isomorphic if the input
- graphs are connected and non-isomorphic.

**-n**#**-n**#:#- Give range of output sizes (compulsory)
**-i**#**-i**#:#- Give range of input sizes to use
**-L**- Assume all input graphs strictly larger than maxn/2

- vertices follow any smaller graphs in the input, where maxn is the largest
size specified by
**-n**. This can greatly reduce memory consumption.

November 2022 | nauty 2.8.6 |