OR gate

NOUN
  1. a gate circuit in a computer that fires when any of its inputs fire
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How To Use OR gate In A Sentence

  • Still, though, these hearings are an important forum for Gates for explaining how he would chart U.S. military strategy, especially in the conflict which he calls his highest priority. CNN Transcript Dec 5, 2006
  • From the expansive vision gained by dying to his sense of separate selfhood, the man from the country suddenly beholds the blocked gate to the Law as what in truth it has always been, a non-barrier, or what Zen calls a mu-mon-kan or gateless gate. Kafka and the Coincidence of Opposites
  • As for Gates qualifying for the title scholar, I will let his own actions speak for themselves. Charges against Gates to be dropped
  • He is innocent by his ignorance, a simple dullard who can return to his yacht or gated manse comforted by the knowledge that he is not a crook.
  • Nurses at Wallsend Aged Care Facility have voted to take industrial action if work commences to build barriers or gates to car parking areas.
  • The OR gates and AND gates you can read about in books that describe how computers work correspond directly to Boole's algebraic operations of addition and multiplication.
  • A logic circuit that produces an output inverse to that of an OR gate.
  • The said digital gate circuit marco model can be used to perform a logical simulation for gate circuit and the digital circuit formed by the gate circuit.
  • Applying voltage to the transistor gates frees the charges for readout.
  • The connector gate could be opened against projecting rock or anchorage during the climb.
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