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I need help understanding a diagram

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The blue line in the schematic is called BUS and if you want to follow the
schematic, take a look at the names of the thin wire connected
to the BUS (blue wire) follow the bus and se if you can find a matching
name like A1. you use a bus to reduse the number of wires and
It's easy to follow. better structure of the schematic!

Hope this helps you

//BoNe
 

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You will find that this is the standard way of drawing diagrams that use cpu/memory. It makes for a tidy drawing;. Good once you get used to it.
 

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The blue line is a BUS which mean a collection of wire generally 4, 8, 12, 16, ... wires.
 

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