At the moment I'm building a sub-circuit of a larger project. It's an LED status display consisting of 8 LEDs, one is a power indicator which is easy, two are momentary and only turn on when a button is pressed which are also easy. The other five have to latch on or off.
Of those five, three are easy, they're turned on and off by DPDT toggle switches which are normally open but have momentary closed positions either side of the middle position, so I've used S-R latches made from NAND gates for them. However, the last two are controlled by DPST toggles with just an off and momentary on position. I've so far determined that a T flip flop is most likely what I need. If I were to have T held high and use the switch as the clock input, would this suit my needs?