Compete the truth table below for the three-input INHIBITOR
The logic of an EXCLUSIVE-OR gate is stated:
a. An output is true when one input or both inputs are true.
b. An output is true when one, but not both, of the inputs is true.
c. An output is true when one input or both inputs are false.
d. An output is true when one, but not both, of the inputs is true or false.
You have completed the program and you should be ready for the Practice Exercise.
You should understand the objectives as stated on page i & iv, and all the material
presented in the lesson. If you don't understand an area, go to the applicable area and
review the material until you are sure of complete understanding..