Toggle circuit

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A toggle circuit is any signal-processing circuit that switches back and forth between two possible states or outputs. An early example is the boat-bit. More recent discoveries include the semi-Snarks, which alternate between reflecting and absorbing input gliders. The following converter accepts B-heptominoes as input, and sends alternate glider outputs in opposite directions.

x = 73, y = 23, rule = B3/S23 32b2o$7b2o24bo$8bo13b2o6b3o$8bobo11b2o6bo$9b2o54b2o$65bobob2o$67bobo$ 36bo29b2obo$37bo31bob2o$37b2o27b4o2bo$36b2o2b2o24bo3b2o$9bo26bo3b2o25b 3o$9bobo49b2o6bo$9b3o49b2o6bobo$11bo58b2o3$37b2o$37bo$2b2o14b2o3b2o13b o17b2o$3bo15bo3bo13b2o17b2o$3o13b3o5b3o$o15bo9bo! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ THUMBNAIL THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GPS 30 LOOP 250 ZOOM 12 X 18 Y 0 PAUSE 1 AUTOSTART HEIGHT 320 ]]
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