# Question 14.2.3: Are the following grammars LR(0)-grammars?...

Are the following grammars LR(0)-grammars?

$\begin{array}{r l l}{{\mathrm{(a)}\quad{\mathrm{T}}\quad\rightarrow}}&{{0}}\\ {{\mathrm{T}}}&{{\rightarrow}}&{{\mathrm{T1}}}\\ {{\mathrm{T}}}&{{\rightarrow}}&{{\mathrm{T}\mathrm{T}2}}\\ {{\mathrm{T}}}&{{\rightarrow}}&{{\mathrm{TT}\mathrm{T}3}}\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{r l l}{{\mathrm{(b)}\quad{\mathrm{T}}\quad\rightarrow}}&{{0}}\\ {{\mathrm{T}}}&{{\rightarrow}}&{{1\mathrm{T}}}\\ {{\mathrm{T}}}&{{\rightarrow}}&{{2\mathrm{T}\mathrm{T}}}\\ {{\mathrm{T}}}&{{\rightarrow}}&{{3\mathrm{TT}\mathrm{T}}}\end{array}$
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Yes, see the corresponding tables (a) and (b) (no conflicts).

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