I reopened the file I was working on, and the circuit that I could not get to work works perfect now. Still with rev 353. When I notice it again I can post screenshots, but I dont know very well how to run traces and stuff.

On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 5:39 PM, Alan Grimes <agrimes@speakeasy.net> wrote:
Niels Egberts wrote:
> Just a few days ago I fiddled with the thought to create a CPU within
> ktechlab. But after a few minutes of fiddling I noticed an AND-port that
> had 2 high-imputs but still had a low-output :(.

I've been taking a crowbar to those over the past few weeks. There
really shouldn't be any problems... Are you sure you had an AND instead
of a NAND or something?

Are you sure that you were feeding both inputs enough to trigger them HIGH?

I have a huge circuit that uses half a dozen ANDs, and they all work, at
high speed too!

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