Canadian Computing Competition: 2012 Day 1, Problem 2:
Welcome to the Hungary Games! The streets of Budapest form a twisted network of one-way streets. You have been forced to join a race as part of a "Reality TV" show where you race through these streets, starting at the Szechenyi thermal bath ( for short) and ending at the Tomb of Gul Baba ( for short).
Naturally, you want to complete the race as quickly as possible, because you will get more promotional contracts the better you perform. However, there is a catch: any person who is smart enough to take a shortest - route will be thrown into the Palvolgyi cave system and kept as a national treasure. You would like to avoid this fate, but still be as fast as possible. Write a program that computes a strictly-second-shortest - route.
Sometimes the strictly-second-shortest route visits some nodes more than once; see Sample Input 2 for an example.
The first line will have the format , where is the number of nodes in Budapest and is the number of edges. The nodes are ; node represents ; node represents . Then there are lines of the form , indicating a one-way street from to of length . You can assume that on these lines, and that the ordered pairs are distinct.
Output the length of a strictly-second-shortest route from to . If there are less than two possible lengths for routes from to , output .
Every length will be a positive integer between and . For 50% of the test cases, we will have and . All test cases will have and .
Sample Input 1
4 6 1 2 5 1 3 5 2 3 1 2 4 5 3 4 5 1 4 13
Output for Sample Input 1
There are two shortest routes of length 10 () and the strictly-second-shortest route is with length 11.
Sample Input 2
2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1
Output for Sample Input 2
The shortest route is of length 1, and the strictly-second route is of length 3.