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|GUEST,Bruce O.||Bodleian Library-Oxford (24)||RE: Bodleian Library-Oxford||17 Apr 01|
Note in the Boolean algebra table above what a neat switch B is. If y = 0 then x doesn't get through, and if y = 1 then whatever x is gets through. In other words with a Boolean black box = B, y switches x on or off.