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META TOPICPARENT name="HfstRuntimeBinaryFormat"
META TOPICPARENT name="HfstRuntimeBinaryFormatOLD"

HFST: Runtime Binary Format Unweighted Examples

All examples below use this symbol set. As described in RuntimeBinaryFormat, epsilon is by default in position 0, and does not need to be specified in the symbol set file. In the following examples, epsilon is written as <>.

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