Fwd: Nand D flipflop in gnuradio

Hi ,

   Thank you for the replies. But i don't know much about 

programming
so can anyone tell me how do i change the work function of block so that
I
can make it work.

Thanks
sandhya

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From: MHMND Herath [email protected]
Date: Wed, Jan 1, 2014 at 11:10 PM
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Nand D flipflop in gnuradio
To: Sandhya G [email protected]

NAND can implement easily by creating C++ block and take input as what
you
want.
if (in0[i]==1 && in1[i]==1)
{
out[i]=0;
}
else
{
out[i]=1;
}

see Block structure how C++ work function and coding two inputs in c++

Neil

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From: Sandhya G [email protected]
To: “[email protected][email protected]
Sent: Mon, 30 Dec 2013 12:26:29 +0530
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] Nand D flipflop in gnuradio

sandhya
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Hi Sandhya,
refer to the gnuradio website on how to get started using GNU Radio
and creating your first blocks, especially “How to write an
out-of-tree (OOT) module” on the front page. However, maybe you want
to get a little experience in programming if you want to start
developing with GNU Radio; there is a lot of literature and tutorials
out there that help you getting to terms with programming and C++. GNU
Radio wouldn’t be the kind of framework I’d suggest for someone who
says that he “doesn’t know much about programming” to get a start into
programming. It is a little big, mixes different paradigms, has a
cross-language interface and is generally complex in some aspects.

However, it is a very good idea to get an impression of the Python
code that actually makes up a flowgraph. I think especially a beginner
might learn quite a lot if he thoroughly understands the “Getting
Started” section on the website. So I’d say: Get your favourite python
book, and understand what’s happening “How to write python
applications” (on the front page of gnuradio.org), then look further
from there.

Happy hacking,
Marcus

On 02.01.2014 05:34, Sandhya G wrote:

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