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The following figure show the display and function table (datasheet of CD74HC4511).
But there is some issue between display and function table.
Could you help me for the following question?
Display 6: a is high or low?
Display 9: d is high or low?
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In reply to Joseph Wu:
In reply to Emrys Maier:
But I want to know the following example.
When I set input :
D3=L D2=H D1=H D0=L
The output bit a is "H" or 'L'?
In reply to Nat Wong:
This is an error on the datasheet. The 'a' and 'd' outputs highlighted in red are supposed to be H. This can be verified by following the logic diagram in the datasheet.
We will add this to our list of corrections to be made. Thank you.
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