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

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What is NFA and DFA?
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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

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.

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

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

i want the code for coverting nfa to dfa

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!

hi..
can any one help me to how to convert regular expression to dfa using c++.

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