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Forum: µC & Digital Electronics Input order of Schmitt Trigger NAND 74HC132


Author: MKay (Guest)
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Hi all,

I want to build a circuit based on a schematic that contains a Schmitt 
Trigger NAND (74HC132).
Is the order of NAND-inputs important?

I think that the input order (of a single NAND) is not important so that 
I can switch input A with input B for a better circuit board layout but 
without changing the output result.
However a friend of mine irritated me as he said that the order might be 
important. But he wasn't sure either.

Best Regards,
MKay

Author: Route 66 (route_66)
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MKay wrote:
> that
> I can switch input A with input B for a better circuit board layout

Obama: "Yes, you can!"

Author: peda (Guest)
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commutative law:

/Y = A & B = B & A

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