Sir I studied finite autometa in my computer science BE degree but it was always difficult to fully grasp them for more information you can refer TOC book by John c.martin it has very interesting concepts like DFA,NFA and Turing machines etc.
Finite autometa are nothing but state wise pictorial representation of regex which has starting state and final state which have intermediate states in between them. By giving some inputs to those intermediate states we can move from one state to another state and finally we will get through the final state. Which means the string patterns which we want to recognize is accepted.there are two types of finite autometa one is definite finite autometa and second one is non definite finite autometa
Thanks. As soon as possible I'm going to check! Bye!
You are looking for a lot of books! 😃
To learn Node, Express and MongoDB (even though I know just the basic of this last one) I used MDN Express Tutorial. You will learn it by building a library project. Good also for your portfolio.
For Angular I cannot help. Never tried. But surely someone here could help you. Bye!
This is good enough to start. After knowing the basics, it's easy to find resources by yourself.
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