dec: 4 hex: 4 bin: 100
The NAND Gate is a combinational logic gate with 3 inputs and 1 output. Combinational gates work strictly from a defined truth table.
The NAND Gate has 3 inputs and 1 output. When placed, on the ground, the output is the side facing away from the player while the other 3 sides are the inputs.
The output is enabled by default. When a signal is received on all of its enabled inputs, the output is disabled.
A shift-right-click with a screwdriver can toggle which inputs are active. Disabling inputs causes the gate to ignore that side. For example, if a NAND gate has only 2 sides enabled, then it would only need those 2 to be active in order to deactivate the output.
When shift+right-clicked, the gate's inputs are manipulated in this order: All active, right disabled, back disabled, left disabled, right and left disabled, back and left disabled, right and back disabled.
|v4.0.0||Added the NAND Gate.|
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