10
Contributors
10
Replies
13
Views
10 Years
Discussion Span
Last Post by Nick Evan
Featured Replies
  • 2

    I count 4 "civemethecodez" type thread rezzes here. Can this be closed please? Read More

  • 3

    This thread has been bumped to many times over the last few year with "gimme code!" replies. For future visitors: [URL="http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html"]Here's[/URL] how to ask a question on a forum. [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/forums/faq.php?faq=daniweb_policies"]Here's[/URL] the rulebook, read and follow it. [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/forums/announcement8-2.html"]Here's[/URL] why we don't help people who show no effort. Closed. Read More

1

Can you specify your problem more clearly?Click here

dear sir,
i want to generate a non-deterministic finite automata for a expression.eg:(a|b)*abb. then to convert the NFA to deterministic finite automata

1

Are you talking about using NFA regexp in a DFA environment?
Start with a DFA tool is the simple answer. There really is no code to convert from one to another, because it doesn't make much sense to do so. C and C++ have regexp libraries available for them. Pick one. Windows provides the .NET version.

You do realize that which tool you use dictates which type of regex processing occurs? To get a list of which tools have what regex flavor (including POSIX) try:

J Friedl 'Mastering Regular Expressions' 2nd ed 2004

Then if you want, download source for one of them.

-3

kindly give me the source code for NFA to DFA conversion.

Votes + Comments
Come back when you have something better to offer than "gimmetehcodexplz"
Read the forum rules first!!
0

kindly give me the source code for NFA to DFA conversion.

i want the code for coverting nfa to dfa

-2

hello
I need C code to build a finite automata and NON deterministic automata translate to equal DFA. This is for my project please help!

2

I count 4 "civemethecodez" type thread rezzes here. Can this be closed please?

3

This thread has been bumped to many times over the last few year with "gimme code!" replies.

For future visitors:
Here's how to ask a question on a forum.
Here's the rulebook, read and follow it.
Here's why we don't help people who show no effort.

Closed.

Votes + Comments
You-da-man
ty :)
This topic has been dead for over six months. Start a new discussion instead.
Have something to contribute to this discussion? Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and be sure to adhere to our posting rules.