In this simple "push-pull" circuit, there are +V, -V and ground connections.
up until now, i always considered ground to be the minus side of the battery.
but that is also the way i understand -V, so i don't see how current would flow through the PNP transistor from ground to the -V
If i am using this circuit to drive a simple DC motor forwards(push) and backwards(pull) with a battery
what would the -V and ground connections mean ?