So i was reading a post on Minimum pumping length of regular language where Yuval Filmus has proved that a pumping lemma might have lesser number of states than a minimal DFA. But What about NFA's? Are NFA's able to give us minimum pumping length?
For example say we have a language L= $(10)^∗$, though for this minimal DFA will have $3$ states but NFA will have only $2$ states, which in fact is the pumping length of the language. So are NFA's able to give us exact pumping length of a language?