Yes , think of it of a high level and standardised method of describing the 
configuration of your FPGA hardware rather than a program for it to execute.For 
example I could define  logic blocks to act as flipflops and attach the input 
to one pin and the out put to another they don't need to  interact with each 
other to perform this so the config maybe sequential once loaded in to the FPGA 
 the resultant Logic config works in parallel or as parallel as you wish to 
design for!JA

    On Thursday, 9 January 2020, 13:42:00 GMT, Norman Dunbar via Ql-Users 
<> wrote:  
 Hi Marcel,

On 09/01/2020 10:50, Marcel Kilgus via Ql-Users wrote:
> Well, it's a bit like programming, the difference is just that
> basically all lines execute at the same time! If you want something to
> execute sequentially you have to implement a state machine.
 > ...

Thanks. I had a look at the link. Interesting. I don't understand most 
of it, but I recognise some words!

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