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When a floating-gate transistor has no negative charge in the gate (i.e., it is erased), it conducts when the world-line voltage is applied to its gate terminal, pulling the bit-line to ground. Doesn't this mean that an erased cell represents a logical '0' rather than a '1'? No. Which voltage you interpret as 0 or 1 is completely up for interpretation. ...


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