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A datapath is a chain of registers and combinational logic in a digital circuit that performs computations.
For example, the datapath in Pipelined Logic Block with an f
of 100 MHz and Latency of Three clock cycles
consists of all elements shown, from the input register to the last output register.
In contrast, memory blocks are outside the datapath and reads and writes to memory are also considered to be outside of the datapath.

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