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Xm). The only difference is that in the deterministic case a fixed code segment is executed in each iteration, whereas in the nondeterministic case an arbitrary code segment from 1, . . , k is executed in each iteration. The choice of a code segment can differ from one iteration to another. html counter := 0 /* Choose five input values. */ do read value or read value write value counter := counter + 1 until counter = 5 /* Read the remainder of the input. 4 A nondeterministic program that chooses five input values.
Although one is often required to make choices in everyday life, the use of such instructions might seem strange within the context of programs. The semantics of a nondeterministic looping instruction of the form do 1 or 2 or or k until Q(x1, . . , xm), are similar to those of a deterministic looping instruction of the form do until Q(x1, . . , xm). The only difference is that in the deterministic case a fixed code segment is executed in each iteration, whereas in the nondeterministic case an arbitrary code segment from 1, .
An assignment to last of any natural number that differs from 1 and 2 on input "1, 2, 1"). b. , an assignment of any natural number to last on input " "). c. , an assignment to last of any natural number that differs from 1, 2, and 3 on input "1, 2, 3"). Intuitively, each program on each input defines "good" execution sequences, and "bad" execution sequences. The good execution sequences terminate due to the accept commands, and the bad execution sequences do not terminate due to accept commands.