Click on the input or a row on the truth table to change the input values.
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The NOT gate (inverter) is one of the most fundamental gates used in logic systems. The output of a NOT gate is the complement of the input. If the input is logic-0, the output is logic-1 and vice versa.
The truth table of a NOT gate is illustrated below.
In this table, x represents the input and F represents the output. Each row in the table indicates the corresponding output value based on the input in that row. For example, the first row indicates that F = 1 for x = 0.
In logic, the NOT operation is represented by the ' symbol or a bar over a variable or term. For example, both A' and A mean "NOT A".
NOT gate learning tool,
To toggle the input value between 1 and 0, click on the input.
Or click on any row on the truth table to set the input value.
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