What is the difference between a D flip flop and an SR flip flop?
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A D-flip flop basically stores the value for one clock cycle (and functions like a buffer, a chip enable pin will let you store for multiple clock cycles).
An SR flip flop is like a light switch. Set turns it 'on' and reset turns it 'off'