T-flip-flop without using a clock - This is a perfectly reasonable question in my opinion, and there is also a datasheet from Analog Devices of a T Flip-Flop that does not use a separate clock, that is, the input is the clock. The accepted answer is correct, but I don't think the question should have been closed. Also it seems to me that people did not understand the question, so they closed it. Datasheet: https://www.digikey.be/htmldatasheets/production/1228052/0/0/1/hmc749lc3c.html
To use a meta post to ask for reopening is improper, please use the voting system for that (when you get enough rep). The moderation ques allow people to vote on these questions.
The question is off topic and should remain closed because
- the provided no context as to how they where creating the flip flop
- they used an 'is it possible' question, (in which case the answer would probably be 'yes' or 'no'). Specific questions should be used when asking because they communicate exactly what the user wants to know instead of us having to ask in the comments.
- the question is very short, short questions rarely provide an adequate enough description to allow a user to answer the question.
- the question is 7 years old and already has an answer
If you do see a question that was closed then help the user edit thier question to make it on topic, after this process is done you could post a comment indicating that the post should be reopened or use a moderator flag and we could look at it
The post indicates that it was closed and five people voted on it.