Create a truth table to show all possible inputs and outputs for the Boolean function described by ¬ (A ∨ B).

**Subject Computer Science Assembly Language Programming**

Create a truth table to show all possible inputs and outputs for the Boolean function described by ¬ (A ∨ B).

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Explanation – A V B represents logical OR operation which is true (1) when at least one among A and B is true (1) (and false – 0 – otherwise)....

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