JFLAP - Tutorial on Using JFLAP to create a Finite State...

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Tutorial on Using JFLAP to create a Finite State Machine Please use Mozilla Firefox. Step 1. Go to http://www.jflap.org/ ; Step 2: Click on the link “Get JFLAP” on the left side of the web page; Step 3: You should be directed to a new page, click on the link “JFLAP Software” at the bottom; Step 4: Click on the “Submit Query” button at the bottom of the popped up page; Step 5: Click on the “ Click here for JFLAP source ”; Step 6: Download “JFLAP.jar” file to the desktop; Step 7: Double click on “JFLAP.jar” file, and you should be able to see the menu of JFLAP: Step 8: Click on “Finite Automaton”. The graphic editor window appears;
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Here are some instructions on how to use the tool to draw a FSM: The Editor Pane The editor pane has two main components. On the top is a detachable tool bar (the section with the four iconic buttons), and on the bottom is the canvas where the automaton is drawn. The automaton is edited through clicks on the canvas. The current action taken in response to those clicks depends on the currently selected tool. Notice in the picture that the first button, the one with the mouse cursor, is selected: this indicates that it is
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2009 for the course SE 3306 taught by Professor Nhut during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

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