Counters – 88

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88. What is the difference between combinational logic and sequential logic?

(a) Combinational circuits are not triggered by timing pulses, sequential circuits are triggered by timing pulses.
(b) Combinational and sequential circuits are both triggered by timing pulses.
(c)
(d)

Answer
Answer : (a)
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