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Question 14.3.2: Assume that a SLR(1)-grammar is given. Prove that each strin......

Assume that a SLR(1)-grammar is given. Prove that each string has at most one rightmost derivation. Give an algorithm to check whether a given string is derivable in the grammar.

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We repeat the argument used for LR(0)-grammars. The difference is that the choice of the next action depends on the next input symbol (Next).

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