This is just a simple question, made to provoke thought (so, Meditations seems like a good place) ...
What Perl instructor is assinging finite automata problems ? and does he know where all of the work is comming from
I don't usually complain about homew(ork|reck)ers, but i am simply stunned by the number of questions on "finite automata". I would guess people agree by the flaming posts i see in the replies, but i think i am going to take another road, and simply not reply to posts which are on "finite automata", or whatever the homework-of-the-day is. So, rather than flame, i suggest a good olde fasioned --
and no replies. After awhile, i would guess the home work questions (the obvious ones anyway) will go away.
"They shall not overcome. Whoever told them that the truth shall set them free was obviously and grossly unfamiliar with federal law."
-- John Ashcroft
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