A Turing Machine executor
A Turing Machine Executor (EMT)
A simple executor of (almost) every Turing machine.
EMT stands for Esecutore di Macchine di Turing, that is the Italian for "Turing Machine Executor".
To be completely honest I was just really bored and I needed a way to spend my time while learning new languages. I written this code in Python because I wanted to try using what I learnt about this language in the past months.
How To Use EMT
Visit the Wiki page to know how to use EMT.
Known Bugs and Limitations
In this section there's a list of known bugs and limitations of EMT. For future reference, if a bug is solved (or if a limitation is removed) it won't be deleted from this list, but it will be just marked as "deleted" (like
- This executor can only start right before the input string
- You can't execute the same machine with more than one input tape without reinserting the machine
- This executor is not much user friendly
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