Designing logic circuits, Computer Engineering

When designing a logic circuit with multipleoutputs it is usual to treat it as several circuitseach with one output. So for our example wewould design three circuits; one with output X,another with output Y and a third with output Z.It is possible to design any logic circuit from justthree basic logic circuits known as GATES.These are the NOT gate, the AND gate and theOR gate. 

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