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Let $L$ be the set of (codes for) context-free grammars $G$ such that $L(G)$ contains at least one palindrome. Show that $L$ is undecidable. Hint: Reduce PCP to $L$ by constructing, from each instance of PCP a grammar whose language contains a palindrome if and only if the PCP instance has a solution.
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