Combinational Logic Circuits

Combinational logic circuits are circuits that combine the basic components of AND gates, OR gates, and inverters to produce more sophisticated circuits. The output of a combinational logic circuit is a function of the states of the inputs, the types of gates used, and the interconnection of the gates. The most common of the combinational circuits are decoders, encoders, multiplexers, and arithmetic circuits.

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