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glossary:logicgates [2013/04/16 10:42]
Bob Vetterlein
glossary:logicgates [2014/11/11 13:29]
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 ==== AND ==== ==== AND ====
  
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AND_gate|{{:glossary:120px-and_ansi_labelled_svg.png? |AND gate}}]]Boolean operator which is used to join two statements so that the final statement is true only if the individual statements are all true. Thus (X>1)AND(X<2) is true if X is between 1 and 2.+ 
 +[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AND_gate|{{:glossary:120px-and_ansi_labelled_svg.png?nolink&  }}]]Boolean operator which is used to join two or more statements so that the final statement is true only if the individual statements are all true. Thus (X>1)AND(X<2) is true if X is between 1 and 2.
  
 ==== OR ==== ==== OR ====
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OR_gate|{{:glossary:120px-or_ansi_labelled_svg.png? |OR gate}}]]Boolean operator which is used to join two statements so that the final statement is true if either of the individual statements are true.+ 
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 +[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OR_gate|{{:glossary:120px-or_ansi_labelled_svg.png?nolink&  }}]]Boolean operator which is used to join two or more statements so that the final statement is true if any of the individual statements are true.
  
 ==== NAND ==== ==== NAND ====
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NAND_gate|{{:glossary:120px-nand_ansi_labelled_svg.png?nolink& |NAND gate}}]]Boolean operator which is used to join two statements so that the final statement is false only if the individual statements are all true. Inverted AND.+ 
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 +[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NAND_gate|{{:glossary:120px-nand_ansi_labelled_svg.png?nolink&  }}]]Boolean operator which is used to join two or more statements so that the final statement is false only if the individual statements are all true. Inverted AND.
  
 ==== NOR ==== ==== NOR ====
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NOR_gate|{{:glossary:120px-nor_ansi_labelled_svg.png? |NOR gate}}]]Boolean operator which is used to join two statements so that the final statement is false if either of the individual statements are true. Inverted OR.+ 
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 +[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NOR_gate|{{:glossary:120px-nor_ansi_labelled_svg.png?nolink&  }}]]Boolean operator which is used to join two or more statements so that the final statement is false if any of the individual statements are true. Inverted OR.
  
 ==== XOR ==== ==== XOR ====
glossary/logicgates.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/03 11:46 by Bob Vetterlein