- A logic operator which inverts the input. If its single input is 0, then its output is I. And, if its input is 1, then its output is 0. For example, a NOT operation converts 10101 into 01010. For such operations, a 1 is considered as a true, or high, value, and 0 is a false, or low, value. Also called NOT operation, or negation.
- acronym for negation
- noun a single input gate whose output is equal to the logical inverse of the input
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