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## Boolean Logic Problem

Hi All,

Looking for help with a logic problem, not sure if this is the right area for it.  Basically I have a single input that needs to control two outputs.

For example, if input is a one, I need output #1 to be a one and output number two to be a zero.  If the input is a zero, I need output #1 to be a zero and output #2 to be a one.

Can this be done??  I have tried a number of different gate combinations but can't seem to get it.

Any help much appreciated.

Thanks,

Trent

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## Re: Boolean Logic Problem

It sounds like output #1 is equal to the input.

And output #2 is NOT the input.

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## Re: Boolean Logic Problem

You mean you didn't try something like this?

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## Re: Boolean Logic Problem

MrTrent wrote:

Looking for help with a logic problem, not sure if this is the right area for it.  Basically I have a single input that needs to control two outputs.

Logically, this thread would belong in the LabVIEW forum 😄

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## Re: Boolean Logic Problem

Unless he is doing it in another language, say CVI

Putnam
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## Re: Boolean Logic Problem

@LV_Pro wrote:

Unless he is doing it in another language, say CVI

True, it might even be a electronic circuit design question.

So, he might want to use an inverter for the second output. 😄

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