#### Depth First Search

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```"""Non recursive implementation of a DFS algorithm."""
from __future__ import annotations

def depth_first_search(graph: dict, start: str) -> set[str]:
"""Depth First Search on Graph
:param graph: directed graph in dictionary format
:param start: starting vertex as a string
:returns: the trace of the search
>>> input_G = { "A": ["B", "C", "D"], "B": ["A", "D", "E"],
... "C": ["A", "F"], "D": ["B", "D"], "E": ["B", "F"],
... "F": ["C", "E", "G"], "G": ["F"] }
>>> output_G = list({'A', 'B', 'C', 'D', 'E', 'F', 'G'})
>>> all(x in output_G for x in list(depth_first_search(input_G, "A")))
True
>>> all(x in output_G for x in list(depth_first_search(input_G, "G")))
True
"""
explored, stack = set(start), [start]

while stack:
v = stack.pop()
# Differences from BFS:
# 1) pop last element instead of first one
# 2) add adjacent elements to stack without exploring them
for adj in reversed(graph[v]):
if adj not in explored:
return explored

G = {
"A": ["B", "C", "D"],
"B": ["A", "D", "E"],
"C": ["A", "F"],
"D": ["B", "D"],
"E": ["B", "F"],
"F": ["C", "E", "G"],
"G": ["F"],
}

if __name__ == "__main__":
import doctest

doctest.testmod()
print(depth_first_search(G, "A"))
```