I know that a language that is input into a DFA (call it $X$) is regular just by being accepted by it, but given that it is accepted, how can one figure out that $L = Σ^*$? In other words, what does a DFA that accepts anything from $Σ^*$ even look like? When I learnt about DFAs, it was always under the context that $L(X)⊆ Σ^*$.
I get that this must be a DFA that accepts any input from $Σ^*$, but I have trouble wrapping my head around it. This is all of course assuming that $Σ$ is any finite set.