1 Flipflop CAN produce a string of arbitrary bits on successive edges of the clock. Where did you get the notion that "It sure can't be 1 FF". I thought your desire was to keep it simple; was I misinformed?It sure can't be 1 FF. It has to be a bunch of them.
But J-K can have two answers. (toggle and using J or K)
So you made up the rule that whitespace is significant in a string of binary digits. You must not be familiar with regular expression or state machines. Your reasoning and your posts lack credibility.A FF has TWO outputs Q and NOT Q. 001101011 has 9 binary states. How can a device with two states produce 9 binary outputs which is how I read the question. If the output was 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 I may have interpreted the question differently.
I guess I do better over here with the highest ratings?So you made up the rule that whitespace is significant in a string of binary digits. You must not be familiar with regular expression or state machines. Your reasoning and your posts lack credibility.
Cheer up. Everybody misses the mark in an embarrassing way from time to time. You're no Cadillac, you're a Ford like the reset of 'em.I guess I do better over here with the highest ratings?
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