Firstly, I take it you are familiar with the workings of a D-type flip-flop? Otherwise you will need to review the rudimentary workings of such a device to appreciate how it works.ya exatly iam jus looking 4 logic registers something like which makes use of de flip flops...eg by using a d flipflop how is tat a shift register works i.e if u take it for 4 -bit number something like 1001 how does it work i.e how de bits get inserted into it and get saved in register ???
Have you read the suggested literature? If so and you are still having issues post back with what exactly is posing you a problem. Believe me all the answers you are looking for contained within the suggested links.thanks for ur answers...satisfied to some extent
iam not just talking about the entire network by which the register is made used in a pc..i jus want to know why clock pulse should be given for every f/f ..in a register ..to be more clear simply you giv an input u can get the o/p..y do u want giv an clock pulse ,which just changes the present state of the i/p..really iam damn confussed with this topicHi,
Some investigation on you part into digital processors would explain your questions. Registers are the internal structures that computers use to hold the number they are operating on. Since a computer is a numeric engine, some means of holding numbers is central to their ability to function (the programmer decides how to handle the numbers).
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