boardcoloring, C/C++ Programming

in this problem u given a board in which some of the elements are placed as shown in diagram below .each element represent a color .fill the other elements in the board such that none of the adjacent element shud be of the same color find out the minimum number of colors that shud b used to fill the blank spaces in the board so that the above condition is met
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