# What is the complement of this Context-Free Language? [duplicate]

$L = \{ a^i b^i c^i | i \ge 0 \}$
I understand that it's everything not in $L$, so every string where $\#a's = \#b's = \#c's$ is not in $L$ complement. However, I wasn't sure if strings such as $ba$ or $cba$ would be in the complement.
• Yes, "everything except $L$" means all the possible words (i.e., $\{a,b,c\}^*$) except those that are in $L$. – Ran G. Mar 20 '16 at 23:42