One of the easiest ways is to simply have a memory containing a truth table.
For classical logic, it can be easily verified with a truth table.
Fig. 3 shows the logic diagram and truth table for the.
This new proposition adds another column to the truth table.
The truth table for the half subtractor is given below.
Their values for various truth-values as argument are usually given by truth tables.
Its behavior is summarized in the truth table shown on the right.
You can additionally check the correctness of the result using a truth table.
The remaining exceptions all provide access to 16 truth tables.
Notice that, when is true, we cannot consider cases 3 and 4 (from the truth table).