There's no material difference. We still don't know what voltage you're using, what is driving the inputs, or what the output drives.I'm sorry, the diagram I posted was a typo. Here is the corrected one.
Well it's obvious that you don't know much about circuit design. It does matter what voltages are used. It does matter what the flip flop is supposed to drive. It does matter what signals will toggle the flip flop.I don't see what difference the input would be. The input may be 5v, 3.5v, 2.8v...etc... Input driver, ie: +vsw to A for output to line, output to base on a storage bit.
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