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Loops are usually represented by chains, where the first and the last cell are the same. Like a chain, implications in a loop can either travel in a single direction or in both directions. A bidirectional loop is better known as a Nice Loop.
Examples of loops are:
Notation systems are similar to chain notation, with Nice Loop notation especially designed for loops.This page was last modified 19:09, 26 October 2007.