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Let L(G) be the language generated by a context free grammar G.

Whether L(G) is deterministic context free language or not.

Is the above problem is decidable?
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probably yes
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Yes  , because for the language generated by cfl if we can design dpda (deterministic push down automata) then it is dcfl else it is not dcfl .
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