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Make: Getting Started with littleBits by Ayah Bdeir, Matt Richardson

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Chapter 2. Control and Logic

There’s a lot of power in the ability to easily chain inputs and outputs together with littleBits. You can fine-tune that power with a few Bits that give you control over how the signals flow through your project.

These Bits are handy because they control how the signal is passed between the modules. These Bits may seem simple at first, but don’t underestimate them. In no time you’ll find yourself reaching for them in many (if not all) of your projects!

Let’s start by taking a look at a very contrary Bit, the Inverter.

This chapter uses all the Bits in the Logic Expansion Pack. To try out the examples, you will also need a fork, branch, or split Bit, two wire Bits, two input Bits of your choice, and two output Bits ...

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