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(New page: <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude> A term used in Regular Language to describe sets of closed languages, which can be accepted by a finite automaton, neeting the criterion <math>\...)
 
 
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Complement (computer languages) [r]: A term used in Regular Language to describe sets of closed languages, which can be accepted by a finite automaton, neeting the criterion