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# What is a Logic Library?

Can someone please provide a layman's explanation for what a "Logic Library" is?

Specifically, I am trying to understand a Logic Library in this context: http://www.synopsys.com/IP/logiclibraries/Pages/default.aspx

I have a very shallow understanding of low-level hardware / bits & bytes, so a relatively simple explanation would be appreciated.

Thank you.

Specifically, I am trying to understand a Logic Library in this context: http://www.synopsys.com/IP/logiclibraries/Pages/default.aspx

I have a very shallow understanding of low-level hardware / bits & bytes, so a relatively simple explanation would be appreciated.

Thank you.

A logic library is a collection of code (implemented in various circuit design language) to implement some very specific basic functions like shift barrel, adder and other "simple" logical function. More generally, it's a collection of reusable code for generic, logical function.

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