Why does the S input of the memory circuit allow us to store a bit?

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  • 1 month ago

    Which memory circuit? There are many types and several different labelling systems.

    The only standard one I can think of offhand that uses S is an SR latch, which is not in itself really a "memory circuit", though it depends on the original question authors point of view.

    S is not a true _memory_ data input in these, as it can only change state in one direction and has no addressing or timing control.


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