wow, this is the most amazing MATLAB BFS implementations i've ever seen, and you're doing it with 2 roots at once. I'm seriously impressed. also, using sparse to make the graph from the maze matrix is genius
i am no match for your usage of the "sparse" function. I really need to learn more about it.
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