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In automata theory, a transition function dictates how a finite automaton or state machine moves from one state to another in response to input. Taking the current state and an input symbol, it determines the next state. A transition function serves as the rules for state transitions. This function is fundamental in modeling computational processes, offering a systematic approach to understanding and analyzing the dynamic behavior of systems.

Current state diagram

States

5, 6, 7

Transitions

ẟ(5, a) = 6

ẟ(6, b) = 7

Current code