(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

2. Relevant equations

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3. The attempt at a solution

Ok so I just want to see if my idea for the state diagram seems ok, I'm going to give it in table form here but its the same info.

The F is the forward button, the Bk the back button. A is the stop state, B is the forward state 1, C is the forward state 2, D is the backward state. I then put this into a state diagram with the 3 possible changes/inputs for each state. However should I have included the clock and the reset button in this? So that there would be 16 possible inputs?Code (Text):F | Bk | A | B | C | D

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0 | 0 | A | B | C | D

0 | 1 | D | A | A | D

1 | 0 | B | C | C | A

P.S. I am not concerned about the VHDL problem at the moment although I may ask for help with it at another date.

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# Finite state machine problem

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