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Counter and Display

Now that we've looked at a range of individual circuits, it's time to put some pieces together and demonstrate some very practical devices and circuits. A very common thing to see is a numeric display, which often shows the current state of a digital counter. In this series of experiments, we will build and demonstrate the various parts of a one-digit decimal counting circuit. Such a circuit can readily be expanded to any desired number of digits.

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