computer scienceDescribe L(G) for the grammar $G=\left(V, V_{T}, S, P\right)$ where $V=\{a, b, c, A, B, C, R, T, S\}, V_{T}=\{a, b, c\},$ and P consists of
$$
\begin{array}{ll}
S \rightarrow A R B T & T \rightarrow c T \\
R \rightarrow A R B & T \rightarrow c \\
R B \rightarrow A C B B & A \rightarrow a \\
C B \rightarrow B C & B \rightarrow b \\
C T \rightarrow c T &
\end{array}
$$
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