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A D flip-flop is a circuit that stores a bit and is updated periodically, at the (usually) positive edge of a clock signal.


D flip-flops are created by the logic synthesizer when a clocked always block is used (See alwaysblock2). A D flip-flop is the simplest form of "blob of combinational logic followed by a flip-flop" where the combinational logic portion is just a wire.

Create a single D flip-flop.

Module Declaration

module top_module (
    input clk,    // Clocks are used in sequential circuits
    input d,
    output reg q );

    // Use a clocked always block
    //   copy d to q at every positive edge of clk
    //   Clocked always blocks should use non-blocking assignments

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