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The circuit has seven inputs so while you might like to try a few different input combinations to get a feel for the circuit, I suggest that you do not attempt to construct a full truth table. Rather, you should derive expressions for the outputs and see if you can make sense of the resulting expressions to determine what this logic circuit does.
Never mind -- I see how you spotted it.Interesting. I was going to ask if they were supposed to figure out a simple description of what it does, such as adding two three-bit inputs A and B, but decided that that would risk running things off on a tangent.
I'm assuming that the circuit is an assignment that is given by some prof periodically. Out of curiosity, how did you spot that prior incarnation?
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