Shift Registers – 28

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28. The group of bits 10110111 is serially shifted (right-most bit first) into an 8-bit parallel output shift register with an initial state 11110000. After two clock pulses, the register contains ________.

(a) 10111000
(b) 10110111
(c) 11110000
(d) 11111100

Answer
Answer : (d)
Explanation
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