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  1. #1 Logic gates help please!! 
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    Hi I just finished my first week of my computer science degree and am currently in need of assistance in understanding logic gates. However its only when multiple gates are drawn into diagrams together that I do not understand the way the 0's and 1's flow. Basically I understand the logic of the gates and there outcomes. I just need help drawing and understanding the circuits. Would anyone be able to direct me to possibly a tutorial or preferably an online video which shows exactly the path of the 0's and 1's and how there affected by the gates when put into circuits in real time thanks


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    This might help... http://tams-www.informatik.uni-hambu...ual-index.html


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    If you understand all the individual gates then the best way is just to join them one at a time, yes large circuits can and often are very confusing especially when as is often the case, there are many feedback lines, it takes years to get a really good grip, after 40 years working with logic circuits I still find the odd circuit totally confusing!.
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    You also might want to try and google "Boolean Logic"
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    Quote Originally Posted by leohopkins
    You also might want to try and google "Boolean Logic"
    I'm quite sure this guy knows his boolean, hex, binary, Kernaugh & Venn diagrams and all the other tools we use, his question was about understanding complex logic circuits, that is, great big circuit diagrams stuffed with lots and lots of chips....
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