Turing Machine to copy a string of consecutive 1s to its next position on input tape.
For example:
input: ‘111’
In the diagram, we are giving input of 111 as a string to the turning machine, and the turning machine copies the 111 to its next cells in the input tape.
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
Turing Machine with animation to copy a string?
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