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How to limit only two “0 and 1” strings for an xor implement?
I tried to implement some logic gates for a series of "0 & 1" strings, just like and, or, nand, nor and not listed below. How could I limit xor only accept a two strings list as its argument? ...
Jul 19 at 21:30
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