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How to print the stabilizers for a given circuit using Cirq (just like in Qiskit)?

For example, if I have the following cluster state and make a circuit using Cirq. I give the circuit as input, and I should have the output as: {+XZII, +ZXZI, +IZXZ, +IIZX}

4 node cluster state

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This should work, though there might be some better UX on top of it that I'm not aware of.

a,b,c,d = cirq.LineQubit.range(4)

circuit = cirq.Circuit(cirq.H.on_each([a,b,c,d]),
                       cirq.CZ(a,b),
                       cirq.CZ(b,c),
                       cirq.CZ(c,d)
                       )
t = cirq.CliffordTableau(4)
state = cirq.CliffordTableauSimulationState(t, qubits=[a,b,c,d])
for op in circuit.all_operations():
  cirq.act_on(op, state)

print(t)
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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for the help. It is really working with any given circuit $\endgroup$ Commented Oct 15, 2022 at 14:17

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