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Help for a newbie?

You can't have more than one source connected to a wire (it wouldn't make sense).

It seems like you are wanting a boolean OR function.

You can use the Compound Arithmetic function, set it to OR (I think that's the default), then stretch it to have any number of inputs.

"If you weren't supposed to push it, it wouldn't be a button."
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Let's assume this is practice for a hardware course and you have 25 LEDs soldered to a circuit board, or some pre-made 5x5 LED matrix that e.g. takes SPI commands. Now the problem would become much more interesting 😄

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