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GUI software for prototyping/verifying a FSM?

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Is there any free software that uses UML or something to set up a state machine with rules. And allow you to adjust those rules for a desired result. Like for complicated parsing jobs? Thanks.

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Well, that's a typical CS Theory course assignment, so you can find any number of student projects on that topic on the net. Compiler writing courses will also offer similar assignments.

KDE comes with kregexpeditor which lets you test regular expressions (which are equivalent to FSMs).

If it is a parser you want to build, have a look at flex and bison, or boost::spirit.

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Someone is (I think) very cheekily selling this.

The boost::mpl has (edit: used to have) an example of implementing an FSM and this application simply generates the code to use it that you can copy and paste into your own application.

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"With your payment you buy one hour of development."

It needs many more hours of dev to be worth $149.

Fruny-

I need something that will work on windows.

Any sugestion of search words to use to find these student made projects?

I probably using the wrong word for what I'm looking for.

Thanks.


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