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The MOVE operator duplicates the input boolean on the left to the output boolean on the right as a side effect; most "block" similar operators in ladder logic do the same thing. However, that input boolean determines whether the block does its operation or not.

A ladder logic is a type of decision tree that can be used to determine the next step in a process. It is similar to the And-Or decision tree. Move and block are two possible actions that can be taken in ladder logic.

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Ladder Logic is a type of logic that uses a single-step transition to move from one state to the next. A "move" in Ladder Logic is the process of changing from one state to another.

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