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DFAs are specified by a set of states (among them one starting and one or more accepting), and transitions between pairs of states which are labeled by a symbol of some alphabet. DFAs are typically given in one of two formats: (1) a transition diagram (that is, a directed graph), and (2) a transition table. Both representations are equivalant to each other. As an example of a DFA, take a look in Purple dragon book on p. 151, Fig. 3.28, a transition diagram. The DFA algorithm is descrived in pages 148-151. EXERCISE: Write a program that simulates the above DFA in a language of your choice, but limited to something that could run on the machines in our labs. Accepts L=(a|b)*abb IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU USE A TABLE DRIVEN APPROACH TO WRITING YOUR DFA. A good program will be one that is easily modified to handle other transition diagrams. The input to the DFA should be a string; in the course of processing this string character-by-character, the DFA will undergo the specified state transitions. The DFA accepts the string if it is an accepting state when it has consumed its input; otherwise it rejects the string. DELIVERABLES: Program source code, with internal documentation Test results : use strings that are in L, and strings not in L. ***You should program this assignment in C++ and please give me the source code and the screenshot of the test result. ***Please read carefully what I posted and do it. And I attached the fig 3.28 below. attachment fig3.28.png attachment p150.png attachment p1482.png attachment p149.png attachment p1512.png attachment p148.png attachment p1492.png attachment p1502.png attachment p151.png.

DFAs are specified by a set of states (among them one starting and one
or more accepting), and transitions between pairs of states which are
labeled by a symbol of some alphabet. DFAs are typically given in one
of two formats:
(1) a transition diagram (that is, a directed graph), and
(2) a transition table.
Both representations are equivalant to each other.  
As an example of a DFA, take a look in Purple dragon book on p. 151, Fig.
3.28, a transition diagram. The DFA algorithm is descrived in pages 148-151.
EXERCISE: Write a program that simulates the above DFA
	in a language of your choice, but limited to something that
	could run on the machines in our labs.
	  Accepts L=(a|b)*abb
	IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU USE A TABLE DRIVEN
	APPROACH TO WRITING YOUR DFA.
	  
          A good program will be one that is easily modified
          to handle other transition diagrams.
          The input to the DFA should be a string; in the course
          of processing this string character-by-character, the
          DFA will undergo the specified state transitions. The
	  DFA accepts the string if it is an accepting state
	  when it has consumed its input; otherwise it rejects
	  the string.
DELIVERABLES:
	  Program source code, with internal documentation
	  Test results : use strings that are in L, and strings
	  not in L.

***You should program this assignment in C++ and please give me the source code and the screenshot of the test result.
***Please read carefully what I posted and do it. And I attached the fig 3.28 below.

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