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The Seven Logic Gates of Computer Programming

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Another look at the seven logic gates used in computer programming and circuits but this time in a fun way using an old program from Maxis: Widget Workshop. (Download: https://app.box.com/s/bcve8apwjoh5edlb1wyb ) Assume "A" and "B" are input conditions and "C" is the output. "&" means "both". OR = If A is true or B is true or A & B are true, then C is true; otherwise C is false. AND = If A & B are true, then C is true; otherwise C is false. NOT = If A is true, then B is false. (A NOT doesn't have two input conditions). NAND = If A is true or B is true or A & B are false, then C is true; otherwise C is false. NOR = If A & B are false, then C is true; otherwise C is false. XOR = If A is true or B is true, then C is true; otherwise C is false. XNOR = If A & B are either true or false, then C is true; otherwise C is false. ------- Like the Facebook page: http://facebook.com/brian.mausolf Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/mausolfb