Allow me to make a chart for you.<pre>
masculine |feminine |neuter |plural</pre>
nominative| dein | deine | dein | deine accusative | deinen | deine | dein | deine dative | deinem | deiner |deinem| deinen genitive | deines | deiner | deines| deiner
Use this same chart for dies as well, but replace "dein" with "dies" (with the exception that the masculine, nominative dies is really dieser).
Oh, I see. I saw you had "pre" tags that didn't work and figured you'd tried those in your table. If you're wondering about spacing, typing a bunch of spaces all collapses into one space.
Single line breaks get ignored, too. If you want a line break to show up, type two spaces at the end of the preceding line.
route in German can mean:
Strecke, Weg, Richtung, Kurs, Linie Wegstrecke, Reiseroute, Fahrtverlauf, Marschroute, Verbindungsweg and many more, but it never means the journey our the travel motion itself.
It is used to describe, plan or picture/visulize/print the path of the journey or in technical term the flow of a signal.
Hope that helped.