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84. Describe the timing diagram of a write operation.

(a) First the data is set on the data bus and the address is set, then the write pulse stores the data.
(b) First the address is set, then the data is set on the data bus, and finally the read pulse stores the data.
(c) First the write pulse stores the data, then the address is set, and finally the data is set on the data bus.
(d) First the data is set on the data bus, then the write pulse stores the data, and finally the address is set.

Answer
Answer : (a)
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