Combinational Circuits – 232

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232. The primary use for Gray code is:

(a) coded representation of a shaft’s mechanical position
(b) turning on/off software switches
(c) to represent the correct ASCII code to indicate the angular position of a shaft on rotating machinery
(d) to convert the angular position of a shaft on rotating machinery into hexadecimal code

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