Evaluate mccabes cyclomatic complexity, Software Engineering

Q. For the flow graph showed in figure compute McCabe's Cyclomatic Complexity.

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Ans: In this flow graph Number of regions are 5 hence the Cyclomatic complexity is

= 5


No of edges = 10

No of nodes (N) = 7

Therefore Cyclomatic complexity + E-N+2 = 10-7+2 = 5

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