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formal language (plural formal languages)

  1. (computing theory) A set of finite strings (called words) made of symbols (from a finite set of symbols, called an alphabet).[1]
    Hyponym: regular language
    Holonym: formal system
    Meronyms: alphabet, symbol, word

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  1. ^ Mirte Dekkers (December 2008) Stone Duality : An application in the theory of formal languages[1], Prof. dr. Mai Gehrke, retrieved 2019-05-07, page 7