I was recently looking at a circuit and I just realized that I didn't understand something. If we have the circuit ( the one attached below:) From what I understand the voltage in a capacitor cannot change instantaneously and the current in an inductor cannot also change instantaneously. But the current is a capacitor and the voltage in an inductor can change instantaneously. So for the below circuit at t = 0 my voltage in my inductor changes instantaneously to 10V but it is in parallel with my capacitor which has to have 0 V across it( no instantaneous changes in voltage) . But my inductor and capacitor are in parallel. Isn't there something wrong here ? How can my inductor voltage be 10 while my capacitor voltage be zero? They are supposed to be in parallel. I understand after a long time I would essentially be shorting the 10V DC source but what happens at t=0 ? PS: This is not my homework or anything, I just stumbled on it while try to learn Pspice.