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Digital Logic

Digital logic is a wide-open and rapidly-growing field, and yet every single digital device operates on some combination of three basic logic functions: AND, OR, and NOT. Even the most complex circuit contains some combination of these three functions, and can be reduced to them in the final analysis. These pages define and describe the three basic functions and some of the unending ways in which they can be usefully combined.

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