C++ program to implement Half Subtractor
Prerequisite : Half Subtractor
We are given with two inputs A and B. Our task is to implement Half Subtractor circuit and print the outputs difference and borrow of two inputs.
The half subtractor is used to subtract two 1-bit numbers which are minuend, and subtrahend . The half subtractor has two input states and two output states. The two outputs are difference and borrow. The Difference is the difference between the inputs it is set when both the inputs are different and borrow is set when subtrahend is greater than minuend we borrow “1” and set borrow “1”. The block diagram of half subtractor is
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Here we have two inputs A, B and two outputs Difference, Borrow. The values of Difference and borrow will depend on A and B . The truth table for Half Subtractor is
The Difference is calculated by XOR operation of A and B and the borrow is calculated by And operation of Ā and B. Here Ā is NOT operation of A which gives inverse output.
Logical Expression :
Difference = A XOR B Borrow = Ā AND B
Input : A=1, B= 0 Output: Difference=1, Borrow=0 Explanation : Here from logical expression Difference = A XOR B i.e 1 XOR 0 = 1, and Ā = NOT(A) i,e NOT(1) = 0. So, Borrow=Ā AND B i.e 0 AND 0 = 0.
Input : A=0, B= 1 Output: Difference=1, Borrow=1 Explanation: Here from logical expression Difference=A XOR B i.e. 0 XOR 1 =1 and Ā = NOT(A) i,e NOT(0) = 1. So, Borrow=Ā AND B i.e 1 AND 1 = 1.
- Initialize the variables Difference and Borrow for storing outputs.
- First we will take two inputs A ,B.
- By applying A XOR B we get the value of Difference.
- By applying NOT A we get the value of Ā .
- By applying Ā AND B we get the value of Borrow.
Difference = 1 Borrow = 0