Either way is fine. One note. This device normally goes to an indeterminate state if both inputs are active. That is if R=S=1 then the output could be in either state.Hi,
Just now another question came to my mind...
How is the output of an R-S latch determined for different inputs? Should one first determine the output of not-Q and employ this to come at Q? or should one go the other way round?
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