8-bit 1-to-6 demultiplexer using the If statement and the Case statement.

whatever by Unsightly Unicorn
on Mar 03 2021 Comment

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- 5.4.1. if Statements
- 5.4.2. else Clauses¶
- 5.4.3. else if Statements¶

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