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Martin J. Introduction to Languages and the Theory of Computation 4ed 2010

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Hey there! 👋 You've just navigated into the world of language theory and computation. Welcome! You are presumably here because you're studying this complex, yet super exciting subject using the renowned textbook "Introduction to Languages and the Theory of Computation" by Martin J. Yes, it's the iconic fourth edition; no chill guys, it's the one published in 2010. Can you believe it's been over a decade since it was issued? 😮

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