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But it was so easy :< If you went over the material you would have seen FSMs often, all you had to know was that you draw a circle for the state, with its name inside. Then an arrow to the next state with a label showing the event and action that occurs to move to the next state :< 8 marks for free. I drew it based on what I remembered from drawing FSMs in COS301 in third year.Quote
except that question 8, which I had already convinced myself that if its in the exam, its 8 marks I am willing to lose
Finite state machines are a massive part of theoretical computer science. More like, "This is networking, not computer science"Quote
this is Computer Science not So you think you can draw!