JFLAP thin is a program written to
design and test most of the material in this class. If you are wise,
you will use JFLAP and screen captures for most of your homework.
will not be using JFLAP on exams and in-class quizzes.) The thin jar
file does not use svn for version control and you will be just fine with
the thin; however, neither is very large anyway. The "J" stands for
JAVA so you will need JAVA to run JFLAP. JFLAP was on the machines in
312 last time I taught this course.