INTRODUCTION TO COMPILER DESIGN
OVERVIEW OF COMPILERS
Question
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Any finite set of symbols

Alphabets


Strings


Numbers


Special Symbols

Explanation:
Detailed explanation1: A string (also called a word) is a finite sequence of symbols of an alphabet.
Detailed explanation2: An alphabet is a finite nonempty set of symbols. Alphabets are usually denoted by Greek big sigma . A set can be referred to as alphabet when it’s not empty, but also not infinitely big.
Detailed explanation3: Alphabet: An alphabet is a finite set of symbols denoted by in automata. Alphabets are a set of symbols used to construct a language. Example, 0, 1 is binary alphabet, A…, Z, a… z is the alphabet set for the English language. String: A string is defined as a sequence of symbols of finite length.
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