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Combinational Logic

When logic gates are combined in any of a great number of ways, the output is always a direct derivation of the combination of input signals and the logic functions being performed. Such circuits perform combinational logic. They have no way to "remember" any prior combination of input signals. Such circuits perform all logical and arithmetic operations in a computer or calculator.




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