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207. Dynamic Programming  Count all paths from top left to bottom right of a mXn matrix
Objective: Given a twodimensional matrix, write an algorithm to count all possible paths from the top left corner to the bottomright corner. You are allowed to move only in two directions, move right OR move down.
Example:
Approach:
Recursion Earlier we have seen "Print All Paths from Top left to bottom right in Two Dimensional Array". The current problem is the subset of that problem. Here we will just count the number of paths, and will not print them.
From every cell, you will have two options to make a move, either to go right OR down. The base case will check if you have reached either the last row OR the last column then there is only one way to reach the last cell to travel through that row or column. x
Recursive Code:
Time Complexity: It will be exponential since we are solving many subproblems repeatedly. We will use the Bottomup approach of Dynamic programming and store the results of subproblems to reuse them in the future.
Output:
No Of Path (Recursion): 6 No Of Path (DP): 6