# Connected Components in a Graph

__ Problem:-__

Given n, i.e. total number of nodes in an undirected graph numbered from 1 to n and an integer e, i.e. total number of edges in the graph. Calculate the total number of connected components in the graph. A connected component is a set of vertices in a graph that are linked to each other by paths.

Input Format:

First line of input line contains two integers n and e. Next e line will contain two integers u and v meaning that node u and node v are connected to each other in undirected fashion.

Output Format:

For each input graph print an integer x denoting total number of connected components.

Constraints:

All the input values are well with in the integer range.

__(c++) Code:-__

__ __ First we take a vertex which is not visited then traverse all the graph where we can reach by this vertex . and increase the value of count . in first cycle (calling first time dfs function) we change the visited value of all the vertex which is visited 0 to 1 . then take second vertex which is not visited. and so on.