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## What is XOR gate example?

The XOR logic gate can be used as a one-bit adder that adds any two bits together to output one bit. For example, if we add 1 plus 1 in binary, we expect a two-bit answer, 10 (i.e. 2 in decimal). Since the trailing sum bit in this output is achieved with XOR, the preceding carry bit is calculated with an AND gate.

**How do I get the gate from XOR gate?**

You can’t derive an OR (or AND, NOR, NAND) gate from only XOR (or XNOR) gates, because they are not universal gates. Here is an argument against XOR and XNOR as universal gates. An XOR gate is a parity generator.

### What is XOR gate Class 11?

XOR gate is used extensively in error detection circuits, computational logic comparators and arithmetic logic circuits. The Exclusive OR gate gives an output only if its two inputs are dissimilar, namely if one of them is high (one) and the other is low (zero).

**What is 2 input XOR gate?**

2-input Ex-OR gate This is a simple form of the hybrid gate XOR. In this type of XOR gate, there are only two input values and an output value. There are 22=4 possible combinations of inputs. The output level is high when both inputs are set to a different logic level.

## What is XOR gate in physics?

**Why XOR gate is called exclusive?**

This gate is called XOR or exclusive OR gate because its output is only 1 when its input is exclusively 1.

### How do you remember XOR?

One way to think about it is that XOR (eXclusive-OR) is exclusively OR and not AND. Another way is that XOR is exclusive in that you can only pick one of the options: i.e. “You can’t have your cake and eat it too.”

**How many XOR gates are used in a simple implementation?**

A simple implementation uses two 2-input gates or one 3-input gate (each costs 8 encrypted table entries). Free XOR gate reduces the cost to that of one 2- input OR gate (4 encrypted table entries).

## What is XNOR (equivalence) gate?

The graphic symbol and truth table of XNOR (Equivalence) gate is shown in the figure. The result is 1 when either both X and Y are 0’s or when both are 1’s. That is why this gate is often referred to as the Equivalence gate. The truth tables clearly show that the exclusive-NOR operation is the complement of the exclusive-OR.

**What is XOR (exclusive-OR) operator?**

The exclusive-OR (XOR), operator uses the symbol ⊕, and it performs the following logic operation: ⊕ Y = X Y’ + X’ Y The graphic symbol and truth table of XOR gate is shown in the figure. The result is 1 only when either X is equal to 1 or Y is equal to 1, but not when both X and Y are equal to 1.

### How many garbled gates are there in an X-Block?

Similarly, X-block is implemented by two 2-input garbled gates (one for each of its two outputs), resulting in a garbled table of 2 22 = 8 entries. We show how to take advantage of free XOR gates and implement both X- and Y-gates with only two garbled table entries each.