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Could someone clarify what strings are accepted by the described DFA?

Draw a DFA for the set of all strings with two consecutive 0’s followed by two consecutive 1’s over Ʃ= {0,1}

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This describes all strings consisting only of 0s and 1s that contain the substring "0011".

For example, these are some accepted strings:

  • 0011
  • 000110
  • 110011

These strings are not accepted:

  • 010101
  • 0
  • 001001011
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