# Automata and Computability

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Prove that, if A is a regular language, a family of family programs B1, B2, ... exists wherein each Bn accepts exactly the strings in A of length n and is bounded in size by a constant times n.

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Prove that, if A is a regular language, a family of family programs B1, B2, ... exists wherein each Bn accepts exactly the strings in A of length n and is bounded in size by a constant times n.

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