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reece

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The problem is I have no idea how to ensure the counter escapes from the redundant states. How do I work out where the redundant states should point too?

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reece

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The problem is I have no idea how to ensure the counter escapes from the redundant states. How do I work out where the redundant states should point too?

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waht

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You could point them to zero, or the last state.

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reece

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thanks I have them pointing to the first state.

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