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We define the $\text{avoids}$ operation for languages $A$ and $B$ to be $\text{A avoids B = {w| w ∈ A and w doesn’t contain any string in B as a substring}.}$ Prove that the class of regular languages is closed under the ${avoids}$ operation.
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don't you think that it is kind of related to Quotient(A/B) ?
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