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GATE2016Session7GA5
The sum of the digits of a two digit number is $12$. If the new number formed by reversing the digits is greater than the original number by $54$, find the original number. $39$ $57$ $66$ $93$
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Gate 2017
Please explain why L3 is not CFL ?
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theory of computation
Answer is [[n(n+1)] / 2 ] + 1 right ??? empty string is also a substring right ???
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Theory of Computation

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pointer
Which of the following declaration throw runtime error? A. int **c = &c; B. int **c = &*c; C. int **c = **c; D. None of the mentioned. I think C is correct but mentioned correct ans is D how?
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Check for Regular Language
Check whether given language is Regular or not? WXWR / W,X∈(0,1)+
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Theory of Computation

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theory of computation
can a turing machine accept $\varepsilon$ ??? please explain ??? this question says it can accept ...http://gateoverflow.in/941/gate200353
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How to find size of integer on your system in C programming
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Programming

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BARC2017
Time complexity of dijkstra's algorithm when array used in place of priority queue Options O(V^2) , O(VlogV+E) , O(VlogV+ElogV) , O(V^3)
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Peter Linz Exercise 8.1
#20 Is the following language L = { amn : m and n are prime } context free?
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Peter Linz Exercise 8.1
#10 Is the below language context free? L = { w1cw2 : w1,w2 ∈ {a,b}* , w1≠ w2} As per my analysis it is not. Please verify.
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theory of computation
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how many context switches occur whenever application processes are multiplexed
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theory of computation
State TRUE or FALSE . For every regular language , there exists a unique minimal DFA . I know that for every regular language, there is a minimal DFA ...but is it unique ? i think it is ...please explain ...
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theory of computation
What language is accepted by the npda below if we make F = {q0, qf }, where F denotes set of final states. Answer is L = $\sum$* ...........right ???
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theory of computation
Is this correct ...?
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theory of computation
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theory of computation
The Language is given by, L is a A) Deterministic CFL. B) Non deterministic CFL but not DCFL. Please draw the PDA for the above language ...
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theory of computation
Let C be a contextfree language and R be a regular language. Prove that the language C $\cap$ R is context free.
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Minimun time taken to find median of a list of number is A) O(log n ) B) O(n) C) O(nlogn) D) O(n^2)
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What is exactly access time in cache memory access?
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Digital Logic Doubt
In the min term we select (1), in the max term we select (0). But 1 is greater than 0. Selecting 1 should be called maxterm and selecting 0 should be called Minterm. Why they have the name otherwise?
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Digital Logic

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regular or not regular
Which of the following languages are regular and why a) L= {a n! :n>=1} b)L= {an :n is a perfect square} c)L= {an :n is not a perfect square} d)L= {an :n is not a prime number}
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Gate 2017 Admission for AIR in 800(s).
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Graph Theory
let G=(V,E) be an connected graph, let $\left  V \right = n$ Find largest value of n such that i) G is complete & ii) G is bipartite with valid proof
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theory of computation
Give regular expression for the complement of the language given below . L (r) = {a2nb2m+1: n ≥ 0, m ≥ 0} (or) r =(aa)* (bb)* b
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Peter Linz Exercise 8.1
#8 Determine whether or not the following languages are contextfree (a) L= { anwwRan : n>=0 , w ∈ {a,b}* } (b) L = { anbjanbj : n>=0, j>=0 } (c) L = { anbjajbn : n>=0, j>=0 } (d) L= { anbjakbl : n+j<=k+l } (e) L ... nb(w)=2nc(w) } My answers are : (a)CFL (b)Not CFL (c)CFL (d) CFL (e)Not CFL (f)Not CFL (g) Not CFL Please verify.
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CIL17
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Tremblay Manohar
Write the set $\left \{ \phi ,\left \{ \phi \right \} \right \}\phi$
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Evaluation order of function parameters in C
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theory of computation
For the nfa given below, find δ*(q0, 1010) and δ* (q1,00).
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cil2017
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permutations and combinations
A box contains 2 white balls, 3 black balls and 4 red balls. In how many ways can 3 balls be drawn from the box, if at least one black ball is to be included in the draw?
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ISRO20087
Consider the grammar $S \rightarrow ABCc \mid bc$ $BA \rightarrow AB$ $Bb \rightarrow bb$ $Ab \rightarrow ab$ $Aa \rightarrow aa$ Which of the following sentences can be derived by this grammar? abc aab abcc abbc
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gate 2018
How can i keep motivated during fulltime gate preparation?
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#HeapSort
What is the worst case time complexity of finding a element in max heap tree ? Explain.
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Regular expression
The set of all strings with at most one pair of consecutive zeros and one pair of consecutive ones.
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i want to join coaching for gate 2018.
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theory of computation
Let sigma = { a,b }. The minimal number of states in a DFA that accepts set of all strings with A) exactly 2 "a's" and more than 2 "b's". B) atleast one "a" and exactly 2 "b's" .
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theory of computation
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IISc CDS
Hello, I've just received my Call Letter for IISc CDS (M. Tech). My query is that if I attend the interview then will they consider my application for CSA (M.Tech, Direct Admission) ? While filling the form I've chosen CSA as my first preference and CDS as my second. Thank you.
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