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 cs-236:homework-3 [2016/09/27 12:07]gbspend added bold (for clarity) cs-236:homework-3 [2017/10/06 21:00]jrtyler [Problems] Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2017/10/06 21:00 jrtyler [Problems] 2017/10/06 21:00 jrtyler [Problems] 2016/09/27 12:07 gbspend added bold (for clarity)2016/09/22 17:11 gbspend replaced "part 1" with "part a"2016/09/19 12:55 gbspend removed "part 1"2016/09/13 10:22 gbspend [Additional Problems for Practice] removed points for practice problem2015/09/23 07:24 egm 2015/01/27 08:59 egm [Additional Problems for Practice] 2015/01/27 08:58 egm [Additional Problems for Practice] 2015/01/12 13:38 egm [Problems] 2015/01/07 12:50 egm [Problems] 2015/01/05 13:23 egm [Working in Groups] 2014/09/03 11:44 egm created Next revision Previous revision 2017/10/06 21:00 jrtyler [Problems] 2017/10/06 21:00 jrtyler [Problems] 2016/09/27 12:07 gbspend added bold (for clarity)2016/09/22 17:11 gbspend replaced "part 1" with "part a"2016/09/19 12:55 gbspend removed "part 1"2016/09/13 10:22 gbspend [Additional Problems for Practice] removed points for practice problem2015/09/23 07:24 egm 2015/01/27 08:59 egm [Additional Problems for Practice] 2015/01/27 08:58 egm [Additional Problems for Practice] 2015/01/12 13:38 egm [Problems] 2015/01/07 12:50 egm [Problems] 2015/01/05 13:23 egm [Working in Groups] 2014/09/03 11:44 egm created Line 11: Line 11: == Problems == == Problems == - # (2 points) Section 13.1 problem 1 part a.  Show the productions and show the parse tree. (International edition 12.1.1) + # (2 points) Section 13.1 problem 1 ONLY part (a).  Show the productions and show the parse tree. (International edition 12.1.1) - # (2 points) Section 13.1 problem 2.  Create ​only two other sentences. (International edition 12.1.2) + # (2 points) Section 13.1 problem 2.  Create ​ONLY two other sentences. (International edition 12.1.2) # (4 points) Give a grammar for the language Time of Day, which accepts strings such as those in the bulleted list below. ​ In general the language has strings with hour times from 1 to 12, followed by a colon, followed by minute times from 00 to 59, and then either am or pm. (Use BNF notation and give good mnemonic names for concepts such as