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  • Circuit Diagram
  • u/tomxor
    Nice! most convincing xor sampling #circuit pattern i've seen, lots of ball grid arrays
  • u/ntsutae
    (i-t)^(i+t) is great.
  • u/rodrigo.siqueira
    Change ^ to | and you will see falling Sierpinsky triangles! I mean: (i-t)|(i+t)
  • u/ntsutae
    Yes, I've already tried "|","&". The triangles appeared without the use of recursive call. Dwitter told me bit operation skills. Thank you.

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