The science of circuits and logic gates is a complex discipline demanding extensive study and research. Added to this is the theoretical nature of the subject, which confounds students regarding its application in the industry. Unlike the books in this genre, Digital Logic Circuits has transformed the dry theory of Boolean algebra into an enriching experience that gives students the feel of working out real-time problems. From codes and logic families to memory devices and combination circuits, to flip-flops, clock generators and VHDL, the work is an exhaustive cache of simple, easy-to-grasp, application-driven concepts and numerical problems. With emphasis on conceptual clarity, the authors have attempted to make the book appealing to IV semester BE/BTech students not only for course study but also for competitive exams. Numerous solved examples and neat, well-placed illustrations facilitate better understanding of difficult principles and enhance problem-solving skills, so integral to the making of competent engineers. Yet another feature that makes Digital Logic Circuits a class apart is the inclusion of previous years’ university question papers for guided preparation. The book with its enviable collection of review questions is a great guide for aspiring engineers.