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Why don't you make the circuit in such way that every pin controls one coil?

would be easier to program I think?
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Why don't you make the circuit in such way that every pin controls one coil?

would be easier to program I think?

For sure, it would be much easier. That's the key. I want to make "the logic by BJTs", as the title says. I really like designing new circuits and see them working, this is the reason to try this one. A circuit like this wouldn't make sense at all in nowadays real life, with a widely much better components like uCs ans MOSFETs.
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Makes sense,

the nice part of your config is that if you expand it to 6 (3+3) lines you are able to control 9 coils!
(homework is to design it smiley-wink
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