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I. Non Recursive descentparser(LL(1)) fails with Left recursive as it might lead to infinite loop,So False.

 

II.Parser according to power: CLR  > LALR > SLR  So True.

 

III.Recursive descent parsing is an example of Top Down parser. True.

 

Hence D is correct option.

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