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### 4-bit unsigned numbers

If n and m are both 4-bit unsigned numbers, and s is the 4-bit result of adding them together, how can we determine, using only the logical operations described in Section 2.6, if an overflow occurred during the addition? Develop a "procedure" for doing so. The inputs to the procedure are n, m, and s, and the output will be a bit pattern of all zeros (0000) if no overflow occurred and 1000 if an overflow did occur.

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