ssfsm is a constructive library implementing deterministic finite state machines. The fun thing is, that it has a stupidly simple API.
ssfsm is a constructive library implementing deterministic finite state machines. The fun thing is, that it has a stupidly simple API. Example:
# A FSM that accepts b*a(ab)* import ssfsm A = ssfsm.Machine() A.One['a'] = A.Two A.One['b'] = A.One A.Two['ab'] = A.Two # a and b transition A.Two = True # Set state Two to accepting A().reset(A.One)
And transitions are done this way:
A('a') # a-Transition A('ab') # a-Transition followed by b-Transition bool(A) # is A in an accepting state
Some helpers to make construction even easier so the first example can be written as:
import ssfsm A = ssfsm.Machine('One') A().alphabet = 'ab' A.One['b'] = A.One A().polyfill(A.Two) A.Two = True
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