Hi vvkannan,Hello hitmen,
Set up a 4 variable k-map . The input variables A,B,C,D are the
excess-3 code bits(starting from 0011 ,which corresponds to A'B'CD) . This is for the first bit of all the output values(which is BCD ).
Similarly do it for the other 3 bits which means you will get 4 K-maps in all
First of all i am an undergraduate student and i don't have any experience in correction . I studied this subject last semester.But how do the examiners know whether your answer is right or wrong since there are so many dont care conditions? Also, how can a student verify his answer?
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