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I'm in need of a simple program to draw simple circuits containing 'and gates', 'or gates', 'not gates' and the like.  Does anybody know of a shareware or freeware program for the PC to do this, it dosen't have to be anything fancy.

Thanks a lot in advance,

Matthew
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psychorakz earned 160 total points
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you  can find what you are look for over http://www.linenoise.org/philez/other/ewb.zip.
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