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  1. In Topic: Recursive grammars

    Posted 4 Mar 2015

    You're right, there are no four-character strings in this language. So maybe it's a trick question or a mistake. Either way the answer is the empty set.
  2. In Topic: Twisting Prolog Lists

    Posted 23 Feb 2015

    Can you write a predicate that twists the first two elements of a list and keeps the rest as-is? Can you write a predicates that discards the third element of a list? Can you combine the previous two predicates to create one that does both? Do you know how to iterate over a list using recursion?
  3. In Topic: How to break the inner loop?

    Posted 21 Feb 2015

    The break on line 14 does break out of the inner loop. Did you mean you want to break out of the outer loop. In that case putting the loops inside a function and using return would work.

    PS: Your if-condition for the inner break will always be true because inp will always be unequal to at least four of the values specified. You probably meant to use and instead of or here.

    PPS: This is Python, not Ruby.
  4. In Topic: Changing Git settings on system from GitHub to BitBucket

    Posted 18 Feb 2015

    Add your bitbucket repository as a remote to your local repository:
    git remote add bitbucket your-bitbucket-url

    If you want this repository to become the default remote repository (i.e. the one you push to when using push without arguments) use the `--add-upstream` option when you push to it:
    git push --add-upstream bitbucket

    If you no longer want to use your github repository, you can also remove it from your list of remotes:
    git remote remove github

    git remote remove origin

    depending on what name you used when adding the github repository.
  5. In Topic: Logic gate question - does it make sense?

    Posted 17 Feb 2015

    View PostMsSykes, on 17 February 2015 - 05:51 AM, said:

    I'm just saying we assume inputs states which is how we can all end up with the same logic circuit diagram.

    I don't see why need to assume anything. You create the diagram from the formula by putting or-gates where the formula contains ors, and-gates where it contains ands and negations where it contains nots (i.e. FOO=0 in your notation).

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