Turing Machine to Accepts palindromes.
A palindrome is a word, phrase, or sequence of words, alphabets, or phrases that reads the same backwards as forwards.
Examples of Palindromes
Palindromes: a, b, aa, bb, aba, bab,…
Non Palindromes: ab, ba, aab, baa,…
Note:
1>1>R and 1>R are same things. Both represent read 1, write 1, and move right.
[ and Delta and empty cell of tape are the same things
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