Got an idea for solving this problem efficiently and elegantly in C++?
A given graph consists of two connected sub-graphs in which every node has at least three neighbours. The sub-graphs are only connected by a single edge, the bridge. Given a node in each sub-graph, find the bridge. You can assume there is only one bridge.
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