today I'm working on a new chipset named : "8-Bit Shift Register/Latch with 3-STATE Outputs" also referenced as "CD4094BC", and I've got the following logic diagram :
On this picture I know that the gate in the red square is a tri-state output, meaning that the output stay undefined if "output enable" input is false, else the output depend of Q1-8.
But there is some symbol that really looks like D-Type Flip-Flop (blue and green square), before I asked here how to know if it's a D-Type Flip-Flop or not and you answered me that it can be recognize by the letter FF in the square and the clock input and the D input. Here I see something that really looks like the D-Type flip-flop except the fact that some inputs seems to be misplaced and outputs are missing or not what I expected them to be. So, if they're not D-Type Flip-flop, what does this symbols mean exactly ?
Here is the truth table I got from the datasheet :
And I don't really get what the outputs value means... Hi-Z is one of the problem.