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Post by Emanuel Fonseca on May 6, 2017

Im doing turning machines and I could not find anything on this website to help me could you please help me with this problem

Unless otherwise stated, M and N are TM’s, G and H are CFG’s; The alphabet ? is {0.1}. Decide whether each of the following sets is (A) computable, (B) c.e. but not computable or (C) not c.e.

I think its C not C.E

{?G?: L(G) is infinite.}

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Last reply by: Professor Strine
Wed Jan 15, 2014 5:46 PM

Post by Steven Morrison on October 8, 2013

Great lectures, thank you!

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Post by Andrew R on April 4, 2012

Thank you Brenton for the knowledge you have taught, for someone like me who had no knowledge of CSS I now have a basic understanding and fill confident I can use what I have learned.

Thanks again a job well done.

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Post by Edwin Van Der Linden Edwin Van Der Linden on November 15, 2011

Thanks Brenton, great tutorial on CSS, helped a lot.

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Browser Prefixes 1:51
    • Introduction to Browser Prefixes
  • Webfonts 7:01
    • Webfonts
    • Example of Webfonts
  • Overflow and Wrapping 11:30
    • Overflow and Wrapping
  • Automatic Columns 15:03
    • Automatic Columns & Example
  • Text-Stroke 17:46
    • Introduction to Text-Stroke & Example
  • Opacity and HSL Colors 20:41
    • Opacity and HSL Colors
    • Example of Opacity and HSL Colors
  • Rounded Corners 25:50
    • Rounded Corners & Example
  • Gradients 28:39
    • Gradients & Example
  • Shadows 32:01
    • Shadows & Example
  • Reflection 34:59
    • Reflection & Example
  • Transformations 36:45
    • Transformations and Example
  • Transition 39:27
    • Transition & Example
  • Fixing Internet Explorer 42:07
    • How to Fix Internet Explorer