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Tutorial about combinational and sequantial logic

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Hello,

could you recommend me some tutorial covering Boolean, Sheffer, Pierce algebra, combinational and sequantial logic?
I have some requirements. The tutorial should be very easy to understand and should cover the topics in depth. There
should be lots of solved examples (e.g. implement XOR via NAND etc.).
There should be explained multiplexers, decoders, adders, half-adders, full adder, RS circuit, D, JK circuits, multiplier, comparer etc.

I really need to understand those topics in depth.

Thanks for help
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There are no examples

How to make e.g. XOR (and other logical functions) from NOR gates (or NAND gates).
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