The below definition of Regular Language is given in Wikipedia.
In theoretical computer science and formal language theory, a regular language (also called a rational language) is a formal language that can be expressed using a regular expression, in the strict sense of the latter notion used in theoretical computer science (as opposed to many regular expressions engines provided by modern programming languages, which are augmented with features that allow recognition of languages that cannot be expressed by a classic regular expression).
The sentence in bold says that there are languages which are not regular but still are recognized by regular expressions engines of modern programming languages. Can anybody provide me an example of such a language?
I have a permanent residence card from a Schengen country. Do I need any visa to arrive at Heathrow and transit to a SAS flight? From the rules I read at gov.uk, there is a line in exceptions saying:
"a common format residence permit issued by an European Economic Area
(EEA) country or Switzerland"
The wording confuses me a bit. So asking to double check. Thanks
I am using gsa ser with “Use URLs linking on the same verified URL” enabled.
But it adds too much duplicate urls to targets.
Can u please add option to auto “Remove Duplicate URLs” every XX minutes from target urls?
How can I create a new appointment from a cancelled one ?
Simply copying the old appointment creates another cancelled appointment, which is not helpful.
I don’t want to create a new empty appointment and copy every field of the old appointment item by item, but want to edit the copy and send new invitations.
How do check duplicate content for websites?