Difference between revisions of "Connector"

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Connector is the notch on each [[Node]] that lets you connect the output of one [[Operator]] to the input of another operator of the same [[Operator|Operator Family]].  
 
Connector is the notch on each [[Node]] that lets you connect the output of one [[Operator]] to the input of another operator of the same [[Operator|Operator Family]].  
  

Latest revision as of 16:37, 6 March 2018


Connector is the notch on each Node that lets you connect the output of one Operator to the input of another operator of the same Operator Family.

See also Wire.

The notch on the left and right of each Node that lets you connect a Wire from the output of one operator to the input of another operator of the same Operator Family.