A Fujoshi's Guide to Japanese 1 by Yumiko Akeba, Ai Yusura

By Yumiko Akeba, Ai Yusura

Do you're keen on BL? Ever desired to examine Japanese?

Then try out this primer for studying the language,

brought to you via Otome’s Way’s personal Yusura Ai and accomplished
Japanese instructor Akeba Yumiko because the pair collaborate to deliver to lifestyles this fun,
flirty consultant to eastern. during this first quantity, scholars might be brought to the fundamentals of jap pronunciation and
writing--including the hiragana and katakana syllabaries--as good as learn how to grasp greetings, self-introductions, and counting.
Includes interactive charts, audio counsel, and extra! quantity 1 in an on-going series.

-- specified clarification of the fundamentals of eastern pronunciation
-- Hiragana chart with accompanying audio tips to aid scholars grasp the hiragana syllabary
-- Katakana chart with accompanying audio counsel additionally included
-- Stroke-order animation to aid scholars how you can write the "あ" to "た" hiragana.
-- clarification of counting method with audio accompaniment
-- Manga (with accompanying voice recordings) incorporated at the start and finish of the volume
-- classes to assist scholars grasp greetings and self-introductions

Notes: This publication version from Tigris+Libra

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1 shows the t r u t h table for the N O T gate. 30 Chapter 3 Logic Circuits and Computation Input I O u t p u t 1 O O 1 T a b l e 3 . 1 . T r u t h Table for N O T G a t e F i g u r e 3 - 4 . This Flashlight is On! 4 Gate Level Diagrams A logic circuit diagram which shows t h e individual logic gates but not their internal make-up is called a gate level diagram. In a gate level diagram, the power terminals on the logic gates are usually not shown. T h e symbol for t h e N O T gate used in gate level diagrams shows only two terminals, the input and the output: T h e wire shown on the left represents the input; the wire on the right is the o u t p u t .

030303030303... an infinitely repeating fraction. (i) 4 + ... If we use long division t o get the hexadecimal fraction we get a finite representation. 2 (2 • 8 = 1 0 = sixteen) 8)T0 10 0 This is certainly correct since 2 • ^ this: = | . (I)i + 0 -(i) 2 + l-(i) 3 In early Intel systems, computations based on floating point numbers were done on separate processors such as the 80387. Since the 486, these floating point units were incorporated into the main processor. In C, a programmer may send computations to the floating point unit by using a floating point d a t a type such as d o u b l e .

Case III. If x and y have different signs, subtract the smaller magnitude from the larger magnitude, and if the larger magnitude had a minus sign, then tack this onto the result. Implementing signed magnitude addition with logic circuits on a chip would be a terrible waste of transistors. 2 Easy Addition T h e method which is actually used with logic circuits to add x and y works like this: Pay no attention to whether x and y are positive or negative; just add them! Such a method would seem to be no method at all.

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