Let $G=(V,E)$ be a graph.
$FindPaths(p,f)$ prints all paths which end in $f$ and can be obtained by adding nodes to path $p$. $p$ is for path, $f$ is for final (node).
Let $l$ x$ be the last node of $p$.
For each edge $(l,v)$ xy$ for some $v$ y$ in $E$
$\ \ \ \ $If $v$ y$ is not in $p$
$\ \ \ \ $$\ \ \ \ $If $v=f$y=f$
$\ \ \ \ $$\ \ \ \ $$\ \ \ \ $Print $p-v$p-y$
$\ \ \ \ $$\ \ \ \ $Else
$\ \ \ \ $$\ \ \ \ $$\ \ \ \ $$FindPaths(p-v,f)$$FindPaths(p-y,f)$
If $s$ is the start node and $t$ is the ending node, run $FindPaths(s,t)$.
You can represent path and edges as strings. To check if a node is in a path $p$ you just have to check whether the string contains the character that represents the node. To get the final node of a path use the function to get the last character of a string.
EDIT: My answer is not math research level, but introduction to programming.