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Not able to understand the concept of raised condition

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I think you might be talking about "Race around condition" in flip-flops? If so, When the S and R inputs of an SR flip-flop is at logical 1 and then the input is changed to any other condition, then the output becomes unpredictable and this is called the race around condition.

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  I think you might be talking about "Race around condition" in flip-flops? If so, When the S and R inputs of an SR flip-flop is at logical 1 and then the input is changed to any other condition, then the output becomes unpredictable and this is called the race around condition.

Thank you for quality and clear answer!

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