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> > > possible states on output: low voltage, high voltage, high resistance.
> > Which is one, two, three states -> tri-state.
Yeah well, what an EE means when she speaks of putting a buffer into
tri-state, is that she put it into its 3rd state, which means its high
impedance state. All EEs understand it that way, though it is not
necessarily grammatically correct, so just get used to it... ;-)
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