Hi guys, just wandering if you could help me clear some things up regarding full adders and d-type flipflops?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Firstly, regarding a d-type flip-flop, does the flipflop store the value which is received at 'd' and then send this to the output 'q' at the next available time (e.g. next rising clock edge or falling clock edge if negative triggered)?

With a full adder, i understand that if two numbers A and B (1 and 1) are added, the binary output will be 10 and therefore carry (out) will = 1 and Sum(s) = 0, but what is the Cin (carry In) for? Is this from a previous full adder?

Thanks :)

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# Full Adders and D-type flipflop help please

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