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danaitsa_thebest@hotmail.com
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      05-17-2006
hi to everyone...well I feel that I don't know much about
flip-flops...I've got to do a vhdl programme that will describe the
behavior of a t flip-flop...but I don't know how to link the q(t+1)
input with the q(t) output...and that because it is in force the
following:

T(input) Clock Q(t+1)-->output
0 1 Q(t)
1 1 not Q(t)

how can I do that programme?

 
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