I recall there was a way to build an RS (set-reset, no clock) flipflop using just one unregistered PAL output, using the hand-design approach. In CUPL, it was impossible, as CUPL would optimize out the redundant-to-CUPL product term.
Thnaks Aubrey for that insight. I still have a handful of these devices (PALCE22V10 and the like) recovered from old boards and have wondered what I can use them for (maybe hexadecimal 7-seg or 5x7 dipsplay decoders or something, but I am glad there is PALASM and PCs around to do it instead of working it all out manually like you did...
PS. No before and after pics??
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