Right now I am a computer engineer. I really love digital and want to focus on it because it uses logic. Analog is a bit more complex in that signals are not only 1 or 0, but sampled with many values. Anyways, I took digital logic and design courses, but I am unsure if i should take any analog. My concern is taking in real world signals (via sensors, for example). How much analog would I need to know to convert real signals into digital signals for digital computing/processing? Sorry if my wording is weird. Thanks in advanced!