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Is w acceptable by the NFA? PushDown Automata Part 1 Prof. What if PF design is such that it clears the stack midway without entering a final state?
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Proof of correctness Theorem: To make this website work, we log user data and share it with processors. The machine decides when to consume the next symbol from the input and when to ignore it.