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A digital logic circuit where outputs depend on current input values only, not on past values or internal state; contrast with "sequential logic". All digital circuits without feedback are combinatorial. Use to indicate you are not interested in sequential circuits, or where you consider no circuit state to make a difference in the question or be helpful in answers.

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How to multiply by 3 a natural number given in binary, using combinatorial logic?

How to multiply by 3 a natural number in n-bit binary representation? Adding x to 2x(x shifted one bit position to the higher significance positions) reads simple enough. For a ripple carry adder, ...
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Divide by integer in VHDL

I need to divide an integer by an integer in one clock cycle. How should I do this? I have a function for it I found on the internet but it always returns one. ...
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