A program that checks if a word is good

Consider the alphabet $ \{0,1\}$ . A word is a finite sequence of letters. A word is called basic if it’s of one of the following forms: $ 1^k0, 1^k00, 1^k000,1^k0000,1^k00000$ ; where $ 1^k=11\dots11$ ($ k$ times). A word is called good if it’s a finite sequence of basic words. So for example the word $ 10111000110000$ is good but the words $ 1,1111, 0,000,01,1000000$ are not good. A good word must start with $ 1$ , end with $ 0$ , and it cannot contain more than five $ 0$ s in a row in it.

I’ve been trying to come up with a program for a register machine that accepts a word in register 1 and, if the word is good, it gives 1 in register 1; otherwise it gives 0 in register 1.

The syntax is as follows:

  • add1 reg – Append “1” onto register ‘reg’
  • add0 reg – Append “0” onto register ‘reg’
  • jump n – Jump forward by ‘n’ instructions
  • jumpb n – Jump backward by ‘n’ instructions
  • case n – perform a case operation on register number n
  • goto name – Jump to line identified by ‘name’
  • label name – Identifies a line as ‘name’

“case n” works as follows.

If register n is empty, we go to the very next instruction.

If the first symbol of register n is 1, we delete that symbol and go to the second instruction after the case instruction.

If the first symbol of register n is 0, we delete that symbol and go to the third instruction after the case instruction.


I only have some idea how to partially implement this. For example let’s how we can account for the case when more than five $ 0$ s are followed by $ 1$ (in which case the word is not good). Perform cases on register 1.

If it’s empty, append 1 to register 1 and end the program.

If the first symbol in register 1 is 0, then add 1 to register 2.

If the first symbol is 1, we add 111111 to register 3 and compare it with what is written in register 2. If registers 2 and 3 have same stuff in it, then this means that the word on which the program is running is not good (it contains more than 5 zeros in a row).

This is just some idea but of course it’s incomplete and I don’t know how to account for other cases. Even if there were no other cases, the program corresponding to this idea needs modifications.

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What word can be used to mean either click or tap?

Very often we need to speak generically about clicking or tapping an item, but there seems to be a lack of vocabulary in English for this. We could just say “click or tap” every time, but that is just clumsy.

Select is often used as a generic term, but it also has a different meaning (as in select text with the cursor) so could cause some confusion.

So what word can be used to refer to “clicking or tapping” an item?


Background:

I regularly work on web apps that run on a browser, so they are used on mobile (touch based) and pc’s. I’ve used the term ‘click’ in the past as a generic term, but on user testing it has shown to cause some confusion for users. Select has been the clearest, but I am loathe to use that term as it has another meaning.


Some references:

  • Similar discussion at English SE
  • Cennydd Bowles (of Twitter and AListApart) offers Selecting
  • Not everyone agrees
  • Microsoft isn’t very clear either (“click or tap X”) in their Win8 UX Guide

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I have seen in some cases where if ‘Show Details’ is clicked, it opens up separate window where lookup field value can be populated but in my case, its greyed out and can’t be clicked, see screenshot below.

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P.S: I tried this on sharepoint online too and was able to reproduce same issue. Not sure if its a behavior by design.

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