If I understand what you mean, then the answer to your question is "Yes, you
can use A and ~A simulatneously for this problem as separate inputs. You do
not need to show the inverter for A to make ~A". I hope this helps.
As a sidenote, when talking about Computer Engr, a Reg is a register, and
comp. tends to be used for Computer. This made your email a little
confusing initially. If you can please use symbols such as A and ~A in the
future, that will be more clear.
Neal N. Oza
On 4/11/08, Cetin Burge <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Ok so, here's the deal!
> Trying to understand what was meant in the last answer.. We have a nice
> little system, and this system will require comps of the inputs. Can we have
> both the regs ad comps at the same time, meaning, can we insert a reg and
> comp A at a TG at an instant?
> If not, this question is, unfortunately, impossible..
-- Neal N. Oza Graduate Student Researcher Northwestern University email@example.comReceived on Fri Apr 11 02:03:54 2008
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